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 From:  "Albert Lash" <albert dot lash at gmail dot com>
 To:  alex at nkpanama dot com
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Question about 2 m0n0walls: a LAN router behind a filtered bridge
 Date:  Sat, 16 Jun 2007 11:25:05 -0400
Sorry I didn't reply back to the list before. To reiterate, I'm using cable
on both sides, not adsl.

I noticed that the ifconfig was dying when it should output the ipv6
address, so I blacklisted the ipv6 modules, restarted, still no luck.

On 6/16/07, Alex Neuman <alex at nkpanama dot com> wrote:
>
> The only time I've seen this is when there is an MTU problem, which seem
> to coincide with the use of ADSL links.
>
> Try lowering the MTU to 1400 in every device, one by one, starting from
> your computer outwards up to the device you're trying to access. If this
> doesn't work, let us know.
>
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I'm loving m0n0wall, nice work! I'm using a soekris net4501 as a
> filtered
> > bridge to manage bandwidth for a diverse network. I have a /28 subnet of
> > public ips that I'm passing through the net4501 from wan to opt1 to a
> > switch
> > connecting:
> >
> > * Astlinux (though soon to be askoziaPBX) on WRAP
> > * m0n0wall on a WRAP acting as a NAT and router for our office lan
> > * a couple of public servers
> >
> > This allows our lan computers to access the public servers, which you
> > can't
> > do when using 1:1 or server NAT AFAIK.
> >
> > Everything is working well, and I have the inner m0n0wall (the one on
> the
> > WRAP behind the filtered bridge) connecting a VPN out to another
> network.
> > That still works fine, except I'm noticing some very odd behavior. If I
> > ssh
> > over the VPN to a a device on the remove lan and run one of the
> following
> > commands:
> >
> > * ifconfig
> > * ps -A
> >
> > something goes haywire and the shell is dropped. The process doesn't
> die,
> > as
> > I can login through the public ip and watch the top of my user and see
> > sshd
> > and bash continue to run after the screen buffer in the other shell
> > through
> > the vpn stops responding.
> >
> > I'm wondering if I'm doing something that goes against good network
> design
> > here, or if this is a sign of something that is mis-configured and needs
> > to
> > be fixed. I appreciate any advice - thanks!
> >
> > Al
> >
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> >
>
>
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