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 From:  Matt Juszczak <matt at atopia dot net>
 To:  mirassou at cict dot fr
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Severe Problem with 1.2b1 HTTPS support
 Date:  Tue, 19 Oct 2004 09:53:23 -0400
Well now it seems obvious what the problem is.  My patch.  But I'm not 
sure how it could be causing a problem?  All it does is log to syslog...

Denis Mirassou wrote:

> Hi,
> I am experiencing the same pb.
> I use M0n0Wall 1.2b1.
> I enabled https admin on M0n0Wall server, it runs OK since yesterday 
> morning.
> This morning, I activated captive portal with https support for 
> clients (Radius authentications).
> It works well for testing purpose for me (alone on the wire).
> But captive portal https hangs a couple of hours later (2 students 
> couldn't get the login page).
> Unchecking and rechecking HTTPS support in captive portal config don't 
> solve the pb for me, so I déactivate HTTPS support on captive portal 
> for the moment...
> No entries in the logs...
> Seems that the process silently die...
> M0n0 HTTPS Admin still works in the meantime.
> Matt, I applied your patch (portal logging) and modify it in order to 
> add logout logging.
> It works if user clicks on the "Logout" Windows to exit but nothing is 
> logged if the user is disconnected by the idle timeout.
> Is there a way to log it ?
> Thanks
> Denis
> Matt Juszczak wrote:
>> On thursday, I reimaged our current m0n0wall boxes with HTTPS 
>> support. Friday morning when I came into work, users were getting a 
>> connection timed out error while their browser was trying to load 
>> https://m0n0wall:8001 for authentication.
>> I did a ps aux from exec.php as well as a netstat and saw that the 
>> https server on 8001 was not running.  To restart it, I unchecked the 
>> "Enable HTTPS support" option in m0n0wall's config and rechecked it, 
>> which restarted the server.  Monday morning I came in and once again 
>> the box was down (however it worked for a good couple hours on Friday 
>> before dieing).
>> This is not our heavy traffic box, but we were planning on moving 
>> m0n0wall to our housing network, and with this drop out all the time 
>> we're not sure if we can right away.  Any ideas?
>> Thanks! :)
>> Regards, Matt
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