On 8/30/06, Jeroen Visser <monowall at forty dash two dot nl> wrote:
> Since I've been blocking all p2p traffic and just allowing a few ports to
> outside world, the crashes/freezes have shifted from once every day
> even multiple times a day, within an hour) to once in two to three weeks
> longer. This is in fact done by placing two m0n0walls behind each other.
Just wondering, are the two kinds of crashes you describe (p2P
blokcked <-> p2p not blocked) showing the same behaviour?
I mean, do you have "total" lockup's in both cases or is there some
kind of difference? The crashes I had were total lock. No more ip's
assigned to clients, no functional keyboard anymore, ...