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  1. Ahh Untangle... teaching people their ISPs suck...

    Ahh Untangle... teaching people their ISPs suck since...

    Well, before Untangle was called Untangle to be honest!

    Replacing Untangle will not figure your issue, just potentially transmute it...
  2. Some changes trigger a session reset, others...

    Some changes trigger a session reset, others don't. The specifics change over time as Untangle attempts to make management not do all of those things.

    But yes, from time to time... you will get...
  3. That's one of the reasons why I like Unifi so...

    That's one of the reasons why I like Unifi so much... you can still do a local controller, keep it offline, VPN to the network and work from there.

    As for the breaches, I just rotate my ui.com...
  4. MAC addresses do not persist past the first...

    MAC addresses do not persist past the first router, this method doesn't work over the Internet.

    There is no way to differentiate device types over the Internet at large. Publicly exposed services...
  5. Application Control, and Intrusion Prevention...

    Application Control, and Intrusion Prevention both go nuts over Unifi's controller, and for good reason! The nature of how it enables cloud functionality is a standards violation, and is bypassing...
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    Untangle + Unifi Switches and WAPs are my go to...

    Untangle + Unifi Switches and WAPs are my go to combination, they very much "go together like milk and cookies".

    What the OP is missing is a DHCP relay, which Untangle has a service that can do...
  7. Yep! I'm not being short... so I'm not sure...

    Yep! I'm not being short... so I'm not sure where that's coming from. It is Friday though... and the Windows Updates this week haven't been kind so perhaps there some sort of bleed over happening...
  8. None of that is relavant, you're attempting to...

    None of that is relavant, you're attempting to use a module to defend the world from your server. It's simply not doing what you think it's doing.

    All hosted assets should be Policy Ruled into a...
  9. Yes, and that's exactly what you should be doing...

    Yes, and that's exactly what you should be doing and yes you're turning that module off. Threat Prevention is not designed to defend hosted assets, it's designed to protect clients.

    The only...
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    yeah but all the DNSMasq documentation I've seen...

    yeah but all the DNSMasq documentation I've seen references an IP.

    I'd try simply replacing the IP with the FQDN to see if it works, but I haven't used Untangle in this manner. I've never needed...
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    That is not normal, those flags are connected...

    That is not normal, those flags are connected with a logical AND, and order should be irrelevant.

    I'd open a ticket with Support and let them take a peek.
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    And the platform is AMD64, which as far as Debian...

    And the platform is AMD64, which as far as Debian goes isn't even on the radar for replacement or removal.

    So when will that platform leave support?

    Given that 32bit support JUST DIED a couple...
  13. There is no change in security changing the...

    There is no change in security changing the configuration of a single interface.

    There is a change in context, but thanks to NAT by default all ingress in dropped unless you make a port forward...
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    Such a setting doesn't exist! ...

    Such a setting doesn't exist!

    https://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/Tuning_Your_PostgreSQL_Server

    The closest I can think of is shared_buffers. But seeing as how the examples I have to look at are...
  15. So let's see... we can wait until tomorrow... or...

    So let's see... we can wait until tomorrow... or we can run a script and know NOW.

    I can tell you which process is more MSP friendly... Which is how we determine sales. So we're right back to...
  16. 1.) is and always has been the only viable...

    1.) is and always has been the only viable option.

    The problem is... figuring out what you need to reduce retention to is the problem!

    In the reports module next to the retention setting is a...
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    And once again I repeat the mantra... Go...

    And once again I repeat the mantra...

    Go Intel, or go home!

    Seriously... pick one, for the most part they all work.
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    The reinstall isn't required... RAM will be used...

    The reinstall isn't required... RAM will be used if installed, the more RAM you install the less likely you're to need swap.

    Now... if you want more swap that means re-partitioning the drive THAT...
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    If bypass works, then something in your modules...

    If bypass works, then something in your modules is doing the blocking. It's also possible there's something about the protocol that's non-standard and Untangle eats it just existing.
  20. As usual Nexgen won't be closed, because Rob...

    As usual Nexgen won't be closed, because Rob never sleeps. ;)
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    Well if your "friends" are like mine, then I'm...

    Well if your "friends" are like mine, then I'm just going to translate "friend" to be "anyone that's ever used QoS on anything ever".

    Because seriously, we ALL do that at least once.
  22. Ooof... glad you found that, 1 digit mask issues...

    Ooof... glad you found that, 1 digit mask issues are a pain!
  23. Untangle likely needs static routes for networks...

    Untangle likely needs static routes for networks beyond the local MPLS IP network.

    At least, I'm assuming you aren't running one giant IP Network over that thing...
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    There's a LOT to unpack here in what from your...

    There's a LOT to unpack here in what from your perspective likely seems like a very simple thing so bare with me.

    Gigabit connectivity is hard...

    Please let that sink in, I'll say it one more...
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    That sounds like a local firewall issue on that...

    That sounds like a local firewall issue on that specific host.
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