Disabling the trafficshaper and captive portal is indeed the last test on the
m0n0wall installation I use. If it fails after this, I'm at a loss. This test is
But it might be a good idea to create a new image for myself with the latest
freebsd to see if the problems dissapear. I just have to read myself into this,
I've never created a custom image, but that's just for a later stage.
If anyone has info about creating a custom image without a fullblown freebsd
installation, I'd love to hear about it. I do not use freebsd on any other system
but m0n0wall. If it requires installing freebsd on a machine, so be it, but it
would be rather time consuming. E-mail me off-list if you have some info, I'll be
reading into the dev documention also.
Current uptime: 2 days, 23:23 and counting. ;-)
On Fri, 16 Jun 2006 12:04:31 -0400, Chris Buechler wrote
> I don't remember if I mentioned this earlier or not, but Manuel's
> suspicion back when the survey, etc. was put out, was that ipfw was
> probably causing the problem. But, there were people who weren't
> using ipfw that claimed to have problems as well, so it's hard to say.
> ipfw is used by the traffic shaper and captive portal. Might be
> interesting to see if you disable both the shaper and CP if the
> problems disappear.