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  1. OpenVPN typically keeps client IP assignments in...

    OpenVPN typically keeps client IP assignments in a text file (typically /etc/openvpn/ipp.txt, but not sure how is it in Untangle), so they're pretty persistent across sessions.
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    I've had a bit of trouble with multicasts and...

    I've had a bit of trouble with multicasts and OSPF, but got that to work just fine (bypass 224.0.0.0/8). So technically, it should work, maybe you're not adding the multicast to the global bypass?
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    Sticky: Post-installation, using commands to...

    Post-installation, using commands to troubleshoot/verify various interface/NIC properties or issues.
    These are general Linux troubleshooting commands, so not really 100% on topic, but may help a...
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    To start a little discussion here: If the ASUS...

    To start a little discussion here:
    If the ASUS does the NAT, then this setup is potentially flawed - you lose visibility, bandwidth control won't work properly, etc.
    If Untangle does NAT - why do...
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    Think of UPNP/SSDP - whether you need it or not....

    Think of UPNP/SSDP - whether you need it or not. I'd stick with bridged mode. Keep Untangle in stealth mode and not shining, you don't need it to attract unwanted attention, that's what security is...
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    I still believe that it's a fair deal. At least...

    I still believe that it's a fair deal. At least the guys are providing a nice GUI for the free/open source modules, and they're not locking it down like most other vendors hiding they're running a...
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    Try creating a bandwidth rule for it, set to high...

    Try creating a bandwidth rule for it, set to high priority, and then see if it catches that traffic in the traffic manager logs. If it does, then the bypass doesn't work (I possibly stand corrected...
  8. Thread: Hot-Standyby?

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    Yeah, it's a big thumbs up, a giant leap in the...

    Yeah, it's a big thumbs up, a giant leap in the right direction (even though some would say it's not proper high availability in the modern sense of session tracking, etc). Still, it is a must-have...
  9. Yeah, but someone forgot to tell it to Exchange...

    Yeah, but someone forgot to tell it to Exchange 2003. And OP's original desire to have network browsing working.
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    Sorry, I wanted to ask what - not where did the...

    Sorry, I wanted to ask what - not where did the OP add to the bypass, because requests are sent to multicast, but returned SSDP responses are UDP source port 1900, but from unicast. So does that mean...
  11. Thread: Hot-Standyby?

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    That's awesome, thanks for sharing. Didn't see it...

    That's awesome, thanks for sharing. Didn't see it in the release notes.
    So now you only need to do the VPN<->VLAN bridge + trunking :-)
  12. Thread: Hot-Standyby?

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    Sorry for the intrusion, but I just couldn't keep...

    Sorry for the intrusion, but I just couldn't keep away from what seems to be an interesting discussion about an interesting solution.

    Here's a bit on my experience with a somewhat similar...
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    Could you please tell us where did you add the...

    Could you please tell us where did you add the bypass rule?
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    Getting a Wireshark dump of what is going on at...

    Getting a Wireshark dump of what is going on at the client side is critical.
    You may have the "FQDN" forward lookup syndrome, where it adds the connection suffix to everything (e.g. trying to open...
  15. This could be of some help if you'd like to get...

    This could be of some help if you'd like to get browsing working (as already mentioned briefly in previous posts):

    1. Install samba on a Linux server and configure it as a WINS server (if you...
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    Do NOT set the rules in "Input filter rules"....

    Do NOT set the rules in "Input filter rules". AFAIK these are used only for traffic that is destined towards the Untangle appliance. Configure the bypass rules in "Forward filter rules".
    Also, I'd...
  17. Thread: OSPF Issue

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    Here's my $0.02 hack: Tell OSPF that multicast...

    Here's my $0.02 hack:
    Tell OSPF that multicast hello's are no good and switch to unicast. You can do that by reconfiguring the links to be NBMA.
    Here are the steps.
    1. On connecting...
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