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  1. #1
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    Default Graphs show zero bypassed sessions

    Build: 14.1.1.20190116T123153.589f15d47c-1stretch
    Kernel: 3.16.0-4-untangle-686-pae

    I noticed this about two updates ago but never got around to saying anything about it since Untangle was working.

    I have several rules specifying packets to be bypassed and these are reflected in the Network Information desktop widget.

    The Sessions per minute and in fact all the available graphs report zero bypassed sessions.
    Pressing the Sessions button on the Network Information widget shows that there are bypassed sessions.

    A couple of screen shots are here
    http://www.digitalsynergistics.com/untangle

    Any clues?

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    Untangle Junkie dmorris's Avatar
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    is log bypassed sessions checked here: http://demo.untangle.com/admin/index...twork/advanced
    ?

    Also, I would reboot and choose a newer kernel at boot time. Thats not your isuse at all, but 3.16 is fairly old and support for it will likely be dropped at some point.
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    The log bypassed sessions checked did the trick. Thanks about the old kernel notification. I have not been specifically booting any particular kernel but I'll see if I can next time I reboot.

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    One caution in selecting extra logging, storage will be filled quicker as their are more data to keep.
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