I have the WRAP 1-2 as well and I am in Australia where its winter at
the moment and my computer room is very cool. I am also having very
bad performance from this box and I think its due to the heat as when
I touch the case of the WRAP box its almost at the point where its too
hot to touch. Symptons include;
- Complete network slow down (turning off for a while is only way to fix)
- Corrupted my memory card due to the heat and had to re-flash
- DHCP stopped working; had to re-flash (this is re-occuring, has
happened about 6 times now)
I am running 1.2b9, so I am not sure if its a WRAP issue or the
firmware issue? I only have 2 machines plugged in and less than a
handful of rules, so its not like the WRAP board is being flogged or
I am a little disappointed with this as I am having to spend more and
more time troubleshooting my network where my original plan was to
just buy the box and never touch it unless I had to move like my old
On 7/19/05, Tom Dostal <tom dot dostal at gmail dot com> wrote:
> I'm having a problem with running monowall 1.11 on WRAP 1E-2 boards.
> I received the first board and installed Monowall v1.11 and used it
> as my firewall connected to Charter cable. It worked fine at first
> and then after a few days it began to slow my internet connection to a
> crawl. At first I thought it was the ISP but then I began to suspect
> Monowall/WRAP and reconnected by old WRT54G as my firewall box and my
> internet was back to normal speed.
> I returned the WRAP board to the supplier as defective and obtained a
> replacement. I installed the replacement and it exhibited the same
> behavior after a few days. Does anyone have any idea what the problem
> is? I suspect heat may be the issue. I have the board installed in
> the vendor's aluminum case and it gets warm to the touch. It is in a
> room that is kept about 76 degrees F.
> I really like the Monowall firewall and would like to get it working correctly.
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