From: "Aaron Cherman" <aaronc at morad dot ab dot ca>
>> Seems like we have at least 2 types of failures being discussed, Lee's -
>> where he can still get information with status.php, and the others, where
>> nothing works -- the console is dead, no http services at all. Are there
>> any new reports from anyone with the 'completely dead' type problem, not
>> that we can help - just curious :)
> Well, no new reports really. I had a lockup on Tuesday morning (after 7
> days uptime) and then again on Wednesday around noon. :-( I haven't had
> time to set up my capturing gear this week. And now I will be out of town
> for the weekend - gotta play sometime. :-) For the time being, I have
> setup my IP controlled power bar to reboot the m0n0wall every night at 2
> am - temporary cure for the possible symptom.
> Next week I have booked myself some time to set up the capturing gear and
> watch it for a bit to make sure it's doing what I want - capturing data
> for and creating a new file after 1 hour, on both inside and outside
> interfaces (Chris Buechler's idea).
Has anybody looked at cascading m0n0walls to see what side the trouble is
coming from? IE Bridged m0n0 on WAN -> existing m0n0 full firewall with
all rules -> Bridged mono on LAN. Then moving rules off the main firewall
to the inside bridge until the fault moves...