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    I had IPSec L2TP to Untangle working from Windows...

    I had IPSec L2TP to Untangle working from Windows 10... able to move small files, RDP sessions. But it tended to cause Untangle's linux kernel to hard reset if I copied a file larger than 20Mb or so....
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    First of all, even with HTTPS, the Ad Blocker can...

    First of all, even with HTTPS, the Ad Blocker can still see the SNI (Server Name Indication) field and do a reverse-DNS lookup from the IP.

    That said, I don't run Ad Blocker on the gateway for my...
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    I can remember needing to do this kind of thing...

    I can remember needing to do this kind of thing back when we had the CRT monsters.
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    Step 1: Disable the new rule to exempt Let's...

    Step 1: Disable the new rule to exempt Let's Encrypt. We want it to get blocked next time, so we can track down what's going on.

    Step 2: Force a renewal for one of your certs right now. IIRC, the...
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    It really makes close to zero sense to run your...

    It really makes close to zero sense to run your own mail server anymore. G-Suite or O365 cost less, and give so much more, especially in the area of spam protection.
  6. There's not much... usually just a couple KB. ...

    There's not much... usually just a couple KB.

    The problem is, the attack is replayable. That is, the attacker can force the dissociation for anyone connected to a vulernable AP and grab what they...
  7. Network vulnerability for Asus Routers (and many others)

    I'm reposting this here because I know there are people on the forums with Asus routers from back when Untangle was playing with an ARM port, and Asus routers were specifically mentioned in the...
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    Sounds like the switchstack is doing it's own...

    Sounds like the switchstack is doing it's own routing and NAT, so all you see is that one IP and device MAC. That's... not good. You want that device bridging or switching connections directly to...
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    Sadly, yes. I don't think there was an official...

    Sadly, yes. I don't think there was an official announcement. But you don't found a company and work there for 16 years without an emotional investment. I'd be surprised if he still doesn't read the...
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    It wasn't using Application Control, but I was...

    It wasn't using Application Control, but I was able to identify some Disney+ traffic on my network using Session Viewer. It seemed pretty easy (known domain, wasn't even using https), so I'd expect...
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    Sticky: I think they gave it the full .0 treatment...

    I think they gave it the full .0 treatment because of the new Threat Prevention app. I agree, though. I would have saved this for the Debian upgrade.

    Anyway, I'm running 15.0 at home now. So far,...
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    Sticky: Congrats on the release! I look forward to...

    Congrats on the release!

    I look forward to trying it out.
  13. No, "XL" is local. "XU" is unknown. Anything is...

    No, "XL" is local. "XU" is unknown. Anything is what it says it is, but it's based on IP Geolocation, which is known to be wildly inaccurate for many IPs.
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    I'm kind of disappointed in that. It's ready when...

    I'm kind of disappointed in that. It's ready when it's ready, but if it's not ready, let's name this release "14.3" instead of "15.0". Alternatively, go right from 15.0 to 16.0. Upding the base...
  15. If only! Unfortunately things aren't that nice....

    If only! Unfortunately things aren't that nice. All boats (operating systems) leak. We're just normally able to manage those leaks in a relatively safe way. And for Windows 7, that ability is...
  16. Oh, no. I manage a fleet of about 250...

    Oh, no.

    I manage a fleet of about 250 stations, and after next week we're still gonna have about 9 stations running Win7 (give or take... a couple cases may or may not yet be able to upgrade),...
  17. I think of it this way: Using an unsupported...

    I think of it this way:

    Using an unsupported operating system is like going out in a leaky boat and hoping not to get wet.

    Of course, if you extend the analogy, supported operating systems...
  18. This isn't quite true. We have some laptops...

    This isn't quite true. We have some laptops dating back to 2013 and even 2014 that have lived most of their lives on the same desk, are still in great shape. The original users are due for new...
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    What speed is your home internet connection? If...

    What speed is your home internet connection? If you have 600mbit or better, or expect to have it in the next three years, I wouldn't trust any of those options to keep up.

    It's not about CPU speed...
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    Neat... though I may wait for a hypothetical 15.2...

    Neat... though I may wait for a hypothetical 15.2 or 15.3 before I try it personally. No offense to the Untangle team; all new software has bugs. For that matter, I could remove the "new" from the...
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    I work on a college campus, the the PS4 update...

    I work on a college campus, the the PS4 update broke things for some people, here, too...

    but not just here. Colleagues at other campuses tell me that Sony was just plain dumb and this broke...
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    OSPF is one of those things I wish I understood...

    OSPF is one of those things I wish I understood better.

    I've read lots of stuff, but I fail to see the use case for modern switching/traffic patterns. For example, when I started at the college...
  23. I was having IPSec crash issues just with remote...

    I was having IPSec crash issues just with remote users, no site-to-site needed. OpenVPN wasn't a good fit for us, either, so I ended up creating a separate VM with an SSTP service :(
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    No. Untangle is a dedicated server distribution...

    No. Untangle is a dedicated server distribution with no meaningful provision for desktop use.
  25. You certainly can have an valid certificate for a...

    You certainly can have an valid certificate for a service on an internal IP... if you have split dns and the domain is also available via the public IP.

    For that matter, I've done this with a...
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