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 From:  Kerem Erciyes <k underscore erciyes at zegnaermenegildo dot it>
 To:  Manuel Kasper <mk at neon1 dot net>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re[2]: [m0n0wall] Second total freeze of 1.2b3
 Date:  Mon, 21 Feb 2005 14:38:03 +0200
I use 1.11 and still have lockup problems...
it as though I am under some kind of a DoS attack...
I have constantly dropped packets from the LAN interface, though this
should not be a problem with a firewall!

Monday, February 21, 2005, 12:14:07 PM, you wrote:

MK> On 21.02.2005 11:22 +0200, Kerem Erciyes wrote:

>> Same problem here. Total freeze happens erratically, no fixed time
>> between freezes, no web / console /keyboard access. Only solution is
>> doing a hard reset on m0n0.
>> 
>> At first I thought it was a HW problem, and then blamed IPSEC Tunnel
>> and eliminated it, and this made the freezes happen not once every
>> two days, but once every 5 - 7 days.

MK> Can anyone with this problem confirm (or disprove) that this does not
MK> happen with 1.2b2? Just because somebody said their problems with a
MK> WRAP board and 1.2b3 went away after going back to 1.2b2 (which I
MK> can't find an explanation for).

MK> FWIW, I set up a Linux 2.6.9 based iptables firewall with rp-pppoe on
MK> a net4801 a few weeks ago. Worked fine during testing, but as soon as
MK> I made it productive, it locked up completely every 12 hours or so.
MK> Getting a Senao miniPCI wireless card to work reliably at full speed
MK> without locking up using the latest hostap driver wasn't possible
MK> either (even tried LEAF to make sure it's not just my Linux setup).
MK> So all is not well there either...

MK> OTOH, I've been running 1.2b3 on two net4501s ever since it was
MK> released and have not had a single lockup so far.

MK> - Manuel

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