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    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Application_Con...

    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Application_Control#Rules

    IMPORTANT: These rules are evaluated when the classification engine has completed all analysis. This usually occurs after a few packets...
  2. Create a web filter rule with source address =...

    Create a web filter rule with source address = those two IPs and host = *youtube* to allow/pass

    the rules are processed first, if an action is specified the rest of the logic is not evaluated....
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    OP asked about adding it to the dashboard, and...

    OP asked about adding it to the dashboard, and jcoffin is correct; the dashboard is limited in time so you can't view this report for the month on the dashboard, only in the reports.
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    The reports cover the timeframe you specify in...

    The reports cover the timeframe you specify in the top left.
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    http://demo.untangle.com/admin/index.do#reports?ca...

    http://demo.untangle.com/admin/index.do#reports?cat=network&rep=data-usage-(by-interface)
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    SSL Inspector doesn't trust that cert. you...

    SSL Inspector doesn't trust that cert.

    you can add it to ssl inspector (as trusted) or ignore those sessions.
  7. This is the way. If you modify access rules...

    This is the way.

    If you modify access rules make sure you read the huge bold warnings:
    https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Access_Rules
    specifically the part about "proper functioning"
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    port 80 is not reserved on WAN interfaces. If...

    port 80 is not reserved on WAN interfaces.
    If you want to use reserved ports, then move those services to other ports.
    If you don't want to use reserved ports, you don't need to do anything.

    If...
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    the new sd-wan product uses cake. we're closely...

    the new sd-wan product uses cake. we're closely following cake and I'm on the mailing list.
    its cool that dave posted that!
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    Could totally be something like that. You can...

    Could totally be something like that. You can disable this with "no-ping" but of course then you'll have an IP conflict on your network, but you could do it for testing.
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    is it udp? I would find the specific session...

    is it udp?

    I would find the specific session in reports and post a screenshot of it and all its properties.
    Then post your ruleset that was active at that time.
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    what is the output of these commands:...

    what is the output of these commands:
    /usr/bin/sync-settings
    cat /etc/dnsmasq.conf
    cat /var/lib/misc/dnsmasq.leases
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    thats not true according to the docs though...

    thats not true according to the docs though
    http://www.thekelleys.org.uk/dnsmasq/docs/dnsmasq-man.html
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    Of these, which is incorrect? They all look...

    Of these, which is incorrect?
    They all look correct based on your reservations screenshot I think.
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    Your licenses are valid until november according...

    Your licenses are valid until november according to your screenshot.

    Those warnings are normal. They are the old deprecated names and should no longer be used.
  16. :cheers:

    :cheers:
  17. I see you pulled the original suggestion from the...

    I see you pulled the original suggestion from the docs, so I'm going to update the docs and remove that as that clearly has unintended behavior.
  18. I would use a web filter rule with condition...

    I would use a web filter rule with condition HTTP: Host

    that allows you to match on the host (domain) specifically, and not the full URL which will be much easier.

    those are correct. the URL...
  19. Depends on why you need it. It will allow you to...

    Depends on why you need it. It will allow you to access some local https services (admin, quarantine, reports, etc) without a cert warning
  20. A cert is not the same thing as a certificate...

    A cert is not the same thing as a certificate authority.
    Are you trying to use your cert instead of one generated by the CA in untangle? Thats not going to work. You need to import the root CA.
    ...
  21. All of your questions are answered here:...

    All of your questions are answered here:
    https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Ad_Blocker
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    dhcp, communication with untangle itself, etc.

    dhcp, communication with untangle itself, etc.
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    WOL is ethernet based protocol and isn't going to...

    WOL is ethernet based protocol and isn't going to work over IP from one ethernet segment to another.
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    That would 100% explain it. It won't load the...

    That would 100% explain it. It won't load the apps because the class files don't match the expected version so the platform still runs but some class files are out of date.
    Usually this requires a...
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    the email is clickable if you fill out the...

    the email is clickable if you fill out the information in branding manager.
    it prefills the email with the relevant info.

    also, to find which sites were blocked you can just go here:...
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