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    added employees rack to policy manager ... right now includes all computers on network. So I will start testing some sites from here

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    is there anything that I can watch on the system to catch a lockup or freeze of traffic ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    "method not found" that usually means its lost connection to apache or the untangle-vm.
    you can't go to untangle.com in the browser on the local box? check your DNS settings in config->networking->interfaces->external

    how much memory & disk does this machine have?
    mem is 2 gig and disk is 160gig

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    open up a terminal and just run top.

    watch CPU load and memory usage.

    when it goes down, from the untangle box check connectivity
    ping 4.2.2.1
    ping google.com
    open google.com in the browser

    then try the same from behind untangle
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    I started running top.. it was running for awhile, and then it decided to reboot in the middle of me writing down the top info. It's now back up and internet access is normal, but the reboot was out of the blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevering View Post
    I started running top.. it was running for awhile, and then it decided to reboot in the middle of me writing down the top info. It's now back up and internet access is normal, but the reboot was out of the blue.
    You mean the box physically reboots? That must be a hardware issue. My guess would be either the power supply or a clean power issue. There isn't any code to reboot the box like that so its probably either a kernel crash, power supply failure, or clean power isuse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    You mean the box physically reboots? That must be a hardware issue. My guess would be either the power supply or a clean power issue. There isn't any code to reboot the box like that so its probably either a kernel crash, power supply failure, or clean power isuse.
    I'll put on a UPS, asap.

    Here is info you requested
    top....

    up 6 min, 1 user, load average : 0.15, 0.28, 0.18 these change
    tasks: 87 total, 2 running, 85 sleeping, 0 stop, 0 zombies
    cpu (s) : 0.5% us , 0.5% sy, 0.0% ni, 99.5% id, 0.0% wa, 0.0% hi, 0.0% si,
    0.0% st, mem: 967128K total, 526292K used, 437906k free, 93444K buffers,
    swap: 2650684K total, 0K used, 2650684K space free, 190580K cache,

    ping 4.2..2.1
    15-16ms

    ping google.com
    190-200ms

    going to google.com from untangle comes up just fine.

    from my box

    ping 4.2.2.1
    around 16ms

    ping google.com
    around 195ms

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    You mean the box physically reboots? That must be a hardware issue. My guess would be either the power supply or a clean power issue. There isn't any code to reboot the box like that so its probably either a kernel crash, power supply failure, or clean power isuse.
    It is on a surge protector . I"m putting on a UPS right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevering View Post
    It is on a surge protector . I"m putting on a UPS right now.
    Maybe is the internal power supply

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwasserman View Post
    Maybe is the internal power supply
    Maybe, If i get another I'll send it back. I have this box on a 30 day eval. I know this is asking a lot but anyone care to recommend one from there ?

    I currently have the Neo for a Monowall box and it runs fine, but it has Realtec nics... are those supported ?

    thanks

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