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  1. #21
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    Its especially interesting when 42.246.123.82 is a Chinese registered IP address and the 86.x.x.x is a UK BT registered IP address. I need to understand this a bit more as I do not believe one of the UK national carriers, would reroute via China.

    Leave this with me for the moment.

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    KK

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    are you using tunnel vpn?
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  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    are you using tunnel vpn?
    The first thing I did was to untick the only Tunnel VPN I had enabled. My VPN provider does not have POP in China.

    Checking first thing this morning Opendns now correctly uses my Internet IP address. One of those self healing things ..... I will chalk this one down to the "Internet" and experience.

    Thanks for your input
    KK

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    i was just testing this Morning (during 5 minutes) but in the new IPS system, there is a "default" action. But where is that action defined ? and how to change it ? during my little test, i didn't find it.
    But great work :-).

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    Default action is the action recommended by Suricata. We will have more info on the new IPS soon as we will update the wiki as it applies to the changes.
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    No traffic shaper on the roadmap? this would be a powerful feature

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    Bandwidth Control is traffic shaping. Or are you looking for something else?
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    traffic shaping per ip

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    Yes, Bandwidth Control can regulate per IP.
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    I think he wants specific bandwidth limits per kb and untangle cannot do that. For example you cannot say a client can have max 2mbit.

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