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    The worst aspect of this is that all OpenVPN...

    The worst aspect of this is that all OpenVPN connections drop, and those have to timeout and restart before connections resume which may take a minute or more. I hate when I have to make a minor...
  2. the key thing being missed here I think is the...

    the key thing being missed here I think is the captive portal - OP says traffic passes between LANs if the user has recently signed in to Captive Portal

    So he needs a captive portal rule (under...
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    actually the initial fixes on 7-31 didn't really...

    actually the initial fixes on 7-31 didn't really fix it, it was more like the 08-04 build that fixed it. So more like 10 days. But your point remains valid.
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    yeah, I hadn't noticed there was no Gateway...

    yeah, I hadn't noticed there was no Gateway Override for PPPOE... I just ASSumed it was the same as the DHCP config. I only used direct PPPOE with Untangle once, it was years ago and probably on the...
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    on another thought-path, have you talked to your...

    on another thought-path, have you talked to your ISP? perhaps they can put your second connection into a different dsl server or whatever it'd be called on their side ("redback" perhaps?), so it...
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    I guess it depends on how they do their magic. ...

    I guess it depends on how they do their magic. the way I understand it Untangle does it by manipulating the routing so that traffic is routed to the gateway for one interface or the other, which...
  7. WAN failover by itself is pretty cheap, I have a...

    WAN failover by itself is pretty cheap, I have a client who has that as their only paid module. their backup WAN is so slow there's no use to run WAN balancer too, it's strictly a backup for when...
  8. Looks good to me, if you add them to both...

    Looks good to me, if you add them to both Untangles. You're just telling them both to ignore inter-LAN traffic.
  9. The OpenVPN client has no idea your primary...

    The OpenVPN client has no idea your primary connection has come back online. The openvpn server isn't going to tell it, because it listens on all interfaces (actual traffic limited to WAN interfaces...
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    someone from untangle can say for sure, but I'd...

    someone from untangle can say for sure, but I'd hazard a guess that you are correct that the common gateway is the issue. If both WANs have the same next hop, then how can traffic be routed to one...
  11. assuming your diagram is correct, you have all...

    assuming your diagram is correct, you have all traffic between Bldg A and Bldg B passing through Untangle B. So any Bldg A device which communicates with anything in Bldg B will show up in the...
  12. I already have that... but I'd like the URL's...

    I already have that... but I'd like the URL's generated by untangle (like for the spam quarantine link) point to "firewall.domain.com" while the hostname in OpenVPN certificates is "vpn.domain.com". ...
  13. feature request: allow different host name for OpenVPN

    I'd like to have the option to override the hostname for OpenVPN connections. Currently OpenVPN uses whatever is set in Config->Network->Hostname. I've got an install where it'd be handy to have...
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    how about adding OpenVPN server to this?...

    how about adding OpenVPN server to this? (assuming it's not already there - I haven't played with this yet, but there's no mention of VPN server functions in the documentation that I've seen)

    I'm...
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    Sticky: of course there is also this:

    of course there is also this:
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    Sticky: Indeed, it says in that openvpn security advisory...

    Indeed, it says in that openvpn security advisory in the mitigation section:
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    Sticky: The best way to handle this I think is set...

    The best way to handle this I think is set "Compress" on the client side (which only sets up for the possibility of compression, but does not actually enable it), then use the PUSH directive on the...
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    Sticky: this thread:...

    this thread: https://forums.untangle.com/openvpn/42103-fix-new-openvpn-client-cant-connect-older-servers.html has both a fix to allow new clients to connect to older OpenVPN server installs with an...
  19. well then that would be bad

    well then that would be bad
  20. I thought a DHCP renewal ("dhclient eth0"?) would...

    I thought a DHCP renewal ("dhclient eth0"?) would have no effect on the IP stack if nothing changed?
  21. it'd be an unsupported hack, but you could setup...

    it'd be an unsupported hack, but you could setup a cron job to do a dhcp renewal every minute
  22. Definitely be careful, but if you want to mess...

    Definitely be careful, but if you want to mess with this you can disable the in-built Access Rules (Config->Networking->Advanced->Access Rules) for administration and craft your own. You don't want...
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    oh, right, I forgot there's a time limit

    oh, right, I forgot there's a time limit
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    you should edit your original post and put the...

    you should edit your original post and put the corrected script there. otherwise someone will use the original script and miss the correction
  25. maybe it's something slightly different in the...

    maybe it's something slightly different in the kernel. I saw you have a slightly older kernel at home, probably because it was installed awhile ago...
    maybe try re-installing with a slightly older...
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