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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2008

    Default Odd Behavior in Untangle For Windows

    I'm somewhat familiar with UT from past use. Used 6.x for a while, fell off the wagon for a year or so, back with Untangle for Windows 7.1.

    Seems to be working pretty well. Had not used the ReRouter stuff until now; in times past the Windows version was not working so well for me, so I ran the dedicated Linux version.

    Windows box is mostly working OK now. Some questions:

    Emailed reports:

    Send Email Directly seems to not work, but I don't get any type of reply or error message, so I'm not sure who's blocking what.

    I chose Send Email Using Specified SMTP Server and set up with my GoDaddy inforation ( with my auth credentials from Outlook. Still no dice.

    What's the normal process for getting outbound email to work? Or how can I get a log to see what's not working with what I have now?


    The integrated 100BaseT NIC on the mainboard wasn't really cutting it, so I dropped in a Netgear PCI Gigabit card.

    It's configured correctly in Advanced Settings, Virtual Machine (from taskbar icon). However, in the admin console under Configuration > Networking, it shows Connected 100mb/s full duplex. Refresh shows No New Interfaces detected, and the Windows box moves files at Gig speeds. Is this just a display issue? I want to make sure that the UT VM has a Gigabit card working correctly. The on-board NIC is disabled in Windows.


    May be a changed NIC issue, but the last two days of reports show zero traffic, even though the Default Rack shows current traffic. Archived reports show normal usage. I don't remember exactly when I changed out the NICs but this may coincide. How do I reset reporting, or check the internal process? If I keep getting zero bytes daily, I'm going to have to punt and reinstall...

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    Untangler jcoffin's Avatar
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    Aug 2008
    Lake Tahoe


    Sun's virtualbox which U4W uses has strange behavior when NIC hardware is changed. I would recommend re-installing but it might be the case that virtualbox does not support the NIC added.

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