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    Default keep nic tuning after reboots untangle 12.2

    If I tune any tcp settings on intel nic untangle changes these settings, I have tried Linux commands with sysctl -w but they don't hold.

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    Console changes are not support and might be overwritten on saving network settings, reboot or upgrade.

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    Does not mean you cant, Its my home router I can default or reinstall , I just want to know how

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    It's your box so do as you wish. You will need to redo the settings if you use the GUI. Also turn upgrades off. Personally I avoid any changes via the GUI as the updates are more important than any fine tuning I want to manage.
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    Right now I have things the way I like them but don't no how to make them stick through reboot with untangle , need help please, Linux commands like sysctl -w aren't saving them on reboots

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    Sorry, it's only going to end badly as you are going against our recommendation.
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    I thought people were friendly on here? Whats that supposed to mean? Untangle obviously doesn't take time to tune nic settings for different users and I know it is time consuming but we should be able to. I just need command to save my settings. Not asking for much, and not worried as I can redo a home router in minutes. This would just give untangle a bad rep.

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    We are very friendly! No malice intended.

    Untangle doesn't support the changes you are making so I can't offer any more official help. Like I said, this is your box and unlike many commercial firewalls, we provide ssh access if you wish to customize beyond our limits.
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    I used ssh , but I don't know where to put the commands or how to properly use the commands, Linux commands make the changes but nothing survives reboots, I add lines to sysctl, mod folder , nothing works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abailey10 View Post
    ...I don't know where to put the commands or how to properly use the commands...
    So... you're tuning NICs? This, doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me.

    I'm probably going to regret this... but if you have a list of commands you want to run as root, on every startup, all you need to do is insert them above the Exit 0 line in /etc/rc.local.

    Now, before you run off to use this newfound knowledge, ask yourself if this is a sane course of action. You just wandered into the forums, asking to perform an advanced procedure, but then forgot how to Google "Debian boot process".

    Do you think perhaps there might be more unintended consequences of the actions you're performing? It is your box, and more power to you, but you're in unsupported, uncharted territory here.
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