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  1. #11
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    I did file a ticket and got a quick answer, but the answer was a somewhat generic (potential issue with VLAN, BIOS settings...). I am gathering more data before responding.

  2. #12
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    As I said they blamed me too. LOL

    I am wondering if it is caused by client, server, either or both. I see it with openvpn client.

    I started a thread under OpenVPN heading since it is related to OpenVPN as opposed to a general networking issue. https://forums.untangle.com/openvpn/...tml#post232426
    Last edited by donhwyo; 02-03-2019 at 12:16 PM.

  3. #13
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    Quick note:
    I tried a bunch of fresh installs (64b install, direct from USB, default parameters) to try to narrow the parameters of the issue.

    Results:
    * 3.2.1: Fast boot whether OpenVPN server is enabled or not
    * 4.0.0: Fast boot whether OpenVPN server is enabled or not
    * 4.1.1: Fast boot if the OpenVPN app is not installed or if it is installed but "server" is not enabled. SLOW boot if server is enabled (whether the OpenVPN app is enabled or not ironically).
    * 4.0.0 upgraded to 4.1.1: Fast boot whether OpenVPN server is enabled or not. Note that the upgrade happened with OpenVPN server enabled. After that, I tried to disable/reenable the OpenVPN app or the server, but it all kept booting fast.
    * I believe than 4.1.0 upgraded to 4.1.1 has the same bad behavior as 4.1.1 (that's originally how I installed untangle and saw the issue), but I am not sure.

    So something to try: save your settings and try to go 4.0.0 => 4.1.1 route - it may fix the issue.

    Support says they'll look at it.

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    Thanks. We are looking into it.

    https://jira.untangle.com/browse/NGFW-12340
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  5. #15
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    Thanks

  6. #16
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    dmorris Dirk Morris added a comment - Yesterday

    This has been fixed.

    This can be fixed by hand on existing services by running:
    systemctl disable openvpn.service
    Thanks

  7. #17
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    Hello,
    I have the same problem as try to install untangle 14.1 & 14.1.1 on Dell poweredge R230 and Other Clone PC.
    If I enable OpenVPN it will give me a slow boot...minimum 5 minutes before continue boot up.

    The work around I have to do are

    1) Do a backup of the configuration
    2) install a fresh version Untangle version 14.0
    3) Do the upgrade.
    4) restore the Configuration

    after that, even you enable the openVPN or import a new configure file. it work fine.
    it is something on the startup script that has change since version 14.0

    I have try it on Dell and Shuttle unit. it work fine.

    Hope that can help

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    Quote Originally Posted by donhwyo View Post
    Thanks
    I'm still having to remember to fix this every time I set up a new box and import a configuration. I always reboot and go ummm, it's taking way too long...oh.

  9. #19
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    I installed 14.1.2 ova and still had to run
    Code:
    systemctl disable openvpn.service
    . Anybody else tried it?

  10. #20
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    Default Slow boot and "A start job is running for Raise network interfaces"

    BOOTP helps a diskless workstation boot. How does it get a message to the network looking for its IP address and the location of its operating system boot files?

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