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  1. Manufactured for IBM by Intel, means that card...

    Manufactured for IBM by Intel, means that card was specially constructed for IBM server mainboards.

    Use in other mainboards may or may not work. And YES they do play with the PCIe bus...
  2. Yeah, there are tons of issues with the...

    Yeah, there are tons of issues with the knockoffs. It's not good enough to have an Intel chip, you need an actual Intel card. Sadly... those are hard to come by.
  3. The pro1000 PT cards have been supported for over...

    The pro1000 PT cards have been supported for over a decade...
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    There is a complete solution, but it requires you...

    There is a complete solution, but it requires you to control DNS, and that means understanding the various mechanisms involved.

    Untangle itself is all but impossible to control which DNS server is...
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    Which makes no sense unless the unit was running...

    Which makes no sense unless the unit was running v15.0 or older, v15.1 came with the most recent kernel and associated drivers. All subsequent releases are quality and bug fix releases that do not...
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    Might have just been an interface reset, doubly...

    Might have just been an interface reset, doubly so if you came from an ancient version and did a kernel upgrade along the way.

    Also, I've seen Untangle server's DOS'd off their own LANs by torrent...
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    The ticket was accepted, no idea if it's been...

    The ticket was accepted, no idea if it's been classified as a bug internally or not. But even if it is, I wouldn't expect a fix until at least the next release.
  8. Then you have something else going on, because...

    Then you have something else going on, because what you're saying is the Linux kernel is breaking wireguard... which we both know isn't terribly likely.
  9. Source port is never an option, because it's...

    Source port is never an option, because it's almost always a random number over 1024. There is an interface flag you can hack into the system to make it appear, but again... it's not there because...
  10. Untangle has two different types of apps within...

    Untangle has two different types of apps within it... apps and services.

    You can have an app per policy, but a service only runs once per installation.

    Services interact with the kernel more...
  11. The access rule enables or disables HTTPs access...

    The access rule enables or disables HTTPs access regardless of what the service port is. I do NOT recommend using the default HTTPs on WANs rule as it opens things up to everywhere. You can however...
  12. Honestly, the best practice is to not use region...

    Honestly, the best practice is to not use region blocks.

    Whitelisting is literally your only way to fix it, and yes... that process has issues. Region blocking as a process itself is inherently...
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    This always happens, and it happens for a very...

    This always happens, and it happens for a very simple reason... DNS doesn't work the way you think it does! It works exactly as it's configured, an no amount of tunnel tomfoolery is going to change...
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    Because that's the way the script is written, all...

    Because that's the way the script is written, all you really care about is the top most result set because that's what's real and includes all the customization you're using.

    The 2nd and 3rd test...
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    If you're using either of the Spamblockers, you...

    If you're using either of the Spamblockers, you have no choice but to deploy your own publicly resolving DNS server, and have Untangle use that for the DNSBLs.

    Every single public DNS server I've...
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    iperf is useless, it doesn't engage the UVM. To...

    iperf is useless, it doesn't engage the UVM. To properly benchmark NGFW you have to generate many HTTPs sessions to a hundred https servers all at once... and all of those servers have to be real...
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    Yeah, then you wind up teaching people how to...

    Yeah, then you wind up teaching people how to change their home default addressing, because it's faster to renumber an all dynamic house than it is to renumber any business.

    And yeah, it always...
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    They do, if they're doing multi-gigabit...

    They do, if they're doing multi-gigabit filtration and demand perfect streaming all the time.

    But yeah, with a good appliance you can operate at near gigabit volume on the right Atom now... or...
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    I don't use 192.168.anything.anything in any of...

    I don't use 192.168.anything.anything in any of my supported networks when I'm setting them up from scratch.

    Everything I do is 10.x.x.x!
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    You cannot cheat and reuse IP addresses, the...

    You cannot cheat and reuse IP addresses, the conflict isn't for a singular address, it's for all of them in the range. That's TCP/IP 101... one or the other networks must be renumbered.

    This is...
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    Such are the limitations of working with open...

    Such are the limitations of working with open hardware solutions instead of proprietary garbage.
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    BUT THEY AREN'T! If they were, we wouldn't be...

    BUT THEY AREN'T!

    If they were, we wouldn't be having this conversation. The settings after remap move with the physical interface flag, NOT the virtual one. That's the bug!

    Configure an...
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    Really? I think you're too focused on the...

    Really? I think you're too focused on the window.

    A virtual interface designation is used in rules all over the place, and it is where the IP configuration is stored. The physical interface only...
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    And that's 1.5gb of RAM that will not show as...

    And that's 1.5gb of RAM that will not show as "free". It's "used", but also easily made available when the OS needs it with 400mb still available for other things. That 1.7gb on the end is what's...
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    Obviously... literally no other router on the...

    Obviously... literally no other router on the shelf that does what Untangle does even lets you have command line access to install anything, much less support it.

    If you need HA, VRRP and config...
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