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    err.. okay. thanks.

    err.. okay. thanks.
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    @Mathiau - never asked or expected UT to open up...

    @Mathiau - never asked or expected UT to open up the proprietary add-ons. I'm talking about the core "Lite" system that the community uses. It's GPL'd. The code is legally available to everyone. ...
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    @dmorris - I'm not making that statement based on...

    @dmorris - I'm not making that statement based on "upgrade policy". I'm making it based on the statements that any customization "will break". I can understand "not supported", but that's vastly...
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    Then someone better go tell RedHat, Ubuntu and a...

    Then someone better go tell RedHat, Ubuntu and a slew of other businesses built on OS projects that their model doesn't work.

    It's simple, you want an Ubuntu business support contract, then you'll...
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    @Mathiau - Let's not have an argument I never...

    @Mathiau - Let's not have an argument I never tried to make. It should always be clear to any client that tinkering with stuff would void a support agreement and I've never tried to say UT should...
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    Yes.. I get it. I should have known better than...

    Yes.. I get it. I should have known better than to try to do anything else on an Untangle box than what's explicitly provided by the instruction manual. I colored outside the lines and I got...
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    Thanks, but it's time to go..

    Untangle, I tried.. I tried to love you. But you hurt me with this last one. I gotta move on: http://www.oxygenimpaired.com/untangle-unravels

    Seriously fellas. UT has a good thing going here...
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    Round and round we go..

    Round and round we go..
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    And we've come full circle. I refer you back to...

    And we've come full circle. I refer you back to post #51.
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    Cool.. thanks again.

    Cool.. thanks again.
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    Thank you! With that cleared up. Might: Prefer...

    Thank you! With that cleared up. Might:
    Prefer Local DHCP Traffic from non-internal interfaces.

    read better as:
    Prefer Local DHCP Traffic from internal interfaces.

    or maybe:
    Block DHCP...
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    Thanks for responding. Could you please (pretty...

    Thanks for responding. Could you please (pretty please) confirm the question asked earlier in the thread?...
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    Nope. Appears it's a super duper secret.

    Nope. Appears it's a super duper secret.
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    You'll need to separate your wifi from your DSL...

    You'll need to separate your wifi from your DSL modem. Either buy a new modem or a new wifi router, then hook things up per the directions in the wiki.

    Depending on the router capabilities it's...
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    Secure kiosk - locking down xscreensaver

    Instructions for locking down physical access to the Untangle kiosk:

    First, follow jdelagarza's excellent post on setting up xscreensaver and test that it's working:...
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    You can use Static ARP (Config > Networking >...

    You can use Static ARP (Config > Networking > Advanced > ARP) to bind his MAC to a specific IP. As you mentioned though, he can always spoof his MAC.

    If you want to get more serious you could set...
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    I hear what you're saying.. it's just that these...

    I hear what you're saying.. it's just that these types of programs evolve so fast that the second you nail down the current set of ports/IPs that it uses then it'll pop back up with a new twist. ...
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    ^^ what he said. Sounds like QoS throttling.

    ^^ what he said. Sounds like QoS throttling.
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    It's been a while, but IIRC you have the concept...

    It's been a while, but IIRC you have the concept right. Doing this should slightly help speed up internal traffic (from one client to another using jumbo), but can slightly slow down your external...
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    Playing the cynic here... even if you block...

    Playing the cynic here... even if you block ultrasurf you're still left with freegate, gpass and a dozen other similar apps to contend with. Hell, even my 15 year old knows how use ssh port...
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    So.. I've never tried the eSoft product so I...

    So.. I've never tried the eSoft product so I don't know it's functionality limits, but couldn't you solve this by moving to a whitelist approach? Block all outbound traffic on all ports from these...
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    I apologize in advance for bumping my own thread,...

    I apologize in advance for bumping my own thread, but I still haven't found a definitive answer to the questions in post #3 and I know one of the Untangle admins has to have an easy answer. To save...
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    That's not much info. Port 21 is typically for...

    That's not much info. Port 21 is typically for FTP. Are you running an FTP server on your network or untangle box?
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    @bkehl - you should check out the Networking >...

    @bkehl - you should check out the Networking > Advanced > Bypass Rules. That should give you the ability to allow ICMP (ping) and GRE traffic from/to particular addresses.
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    It would take a special type of brilliance to...

    It would take a special type of brilliance to block access from localhost (not saying it doesn't happen though)...
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