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  1. Perfect, thanks for the confirmation Rob! I...

    Perfect, thanks for the confirmation Rob! I figure before too long, users will become habituated to it (saving perhaps, my wife ;) ). Since the rule involves firewall settings to block the kids...
  2. When changing policies, is a momentary disconnect normal?

    Hi everyone,

    I've been doing a bit of tuning to our policy manager settings recently, and noticed there seems to be a brief interruption when the policy(ies) being enforced changes. For...
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    Thanks Jim, same build I'm running: Build:...

    Thanks Jim, same build I'm running:
    Build: 15.1.1.20200905T150556.8ca624f09e-1buster
    Kernel: 4.19.0-8-untangle-amd64
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    Web Filter Rule w/Application Control field

    Hi all,

    I probably missed it somewhere, but I've checked the changelogs, done a forum search, and I'm not finding anything. I had 2 Web Filter rules set on our home Untangle for Netflix that...
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    Thanks, I was starting to lean in this direction....

    Thanks, I was starting to lean in this direction. Though the current build has done well over the past 4 years (and isn't "bad" now), the number of devices has almost doubled, and cutting the cable...
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    Thanks Jim, I'll leave the apps alone. There's...

    Thanks Jim, I'll leave the apps alone. There's plenty of space available on the SSD, so removing them was probably more an artifact of the "reduce the attack surface whenever possible" mindset from...
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    I'm hesitant to draw any definitive conclusions...

    I'm hesitant to draw any definitive conclusions from such a small sample size, especially when external factors like neighborhood activity on the the cable network may have impacted my admittedly ad...
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    2 of 2: ***** Test (7), Time: 7:40 am, PDT...

    2 of 2:

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    Test (7), Time: 7:40 am, PDT
    Conditions: Bypass rule applied, disabled Intrusion Prevention, Bandwidth Control, and Application Control apps, disabled QoS, minimal streaming,...
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    Phew, feels like this week has been 10 Mondays...

    Phew, feels like this week has been 10 Mondays long. Finally got some time in for testing this morning. I'll try and do some more tests tomorrow where I only disable one thing at a time instead of...
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    Thanks for all the great info Jim (and others) -...

    Thanks for all the great info Jim (and others) - apologies for going radio silent, but it's been a heckuva week with both work and getting the kitchen back together after not having one since early...
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    Hi Jim! My hardware is a bare metal custom...

    Hi Jim! My hardware is a bare metal custom build, and here's the other info you asked for:

    SuperMicro X7SPE-HF-D525 board with an Intel Atom D525 Pineview-D (Quad core) CPU, and 4 GB of DDR3...
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    Questions about Bandwidth Control setup

    Hi all,

    I've been doing some rules cleanup and such on my home Untangle, and thought it was finally time to give the Bandwidth Control app a whirl. As my background is more on the...
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    I checked this evening, and it's been updated to...

    I checked this evening, and it's been updated to point at Securly's DNS servers (publicly available).
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    Hi! I'm Ben, glad to meet you. 1) I am using...

    Hi! I'm Ben, glad to meet you.

    1) I am using Untangle at home - figured that was fairly obvious from my mention of dnsmasq, and oh yeah - posting in the Untangle Networking forums.

    2) As I...
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    This is what I ended up using just in case it...

    This is what I ended up using just in case it doesn't get fixed by the school - I'll be traveling tomorrow, and don't want to risk an extended outage. Rather than doing a blanket rule I did two,...
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    Using the phone as a hotspot, no - because it...

    Using the phone as a hotspot, no - because it goes and changes DNS to those local addresses again. Didn't try using the phone as a bluetooth modem - she still has a desktop in her room she can use. ...
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    School IT departments *sigh*

    Hey all!

    Hope everyone is enjoying the New Year, and had a chance to rest and relax over the holiday's. I've been mainly lurking/reading, as things on the home and work front have been super...
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    Thanks Rob - That's my moniker for Comcast,...

    Thanks Rob - That's my moniker for Comcast, because trying to get any info on how they "measure" data usage is extremely difficult. They're supposedly having issues with their data monitoring right...
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    So I went digging a bit and tried to pull a...

    So I went digging a bit and tried to pull a report for last month's data usage, setting the Time Range for 2019-09-01 12:00:00 am -> 2019-09-30 11:50:00 pm, and got "No Data!" I don't have any...
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    If your son's desktop didn't pull an IP but...

    If your son's desktop didn't pull an IP but assigning a static address worked, that sounds like a DHCP issue. Is Untangle acting as your DHCP server, and if so, is DHCP enabled on your internal...
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    I wouldn't consider that high: 9414 Granted,...

    I wouldn't consider that high:
    9414

    Granted, we've cut the cord and there's currently 27 active hosts. Average daily data use is usually between 40-140 gigabytes.
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    Great point, thanks Rob. MSFT is definitely...

    Great point, thanks Rob. MSFT is definitely working with blockchain, but I think it's more on concepts like "identity as the new perimeter." To the best of my knowledge though, they are not working...
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    I'm assuming your IP is assigned by your ISP. ...

    I'm assuming your IP is assigned by your ISP. Unless you're paying for a static address, it can (and probably will) change every now and then. FWIW, most home/consumer accounts don't get static...
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    $1 million per day. That's what Microsoft...

    $1 million per day.

    That's what Microsoft donates to schools through hardware donations, large-scale discounts to educational districts, and free O365 / Azure services.

    I gotta echo Rob's...
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    Quick note: Checking for upgrades via browser to...

    Quick note: Checking for upgrades via browser to my box didn't find any upgrades. Upgrade initiated fine from the Command Center "Appliances" tab, though.

    Disregard: After thinking (and giving...
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