Stefan Stasik wrote:
>I just setup monowall on my home network, and it is amazing!! The
>bandwidth limiting/management is solving HUGE problems I have been having,
>esp. related to VoIP issues.
>I have replaced my Linux box as the router/firewall, with m0n0wall.
>Put my Linux box out as a device on my internal network. From my Win
>XP box, I like to launch a bunch of X-apps and keep them running for
>long periods of time.. (days? weeks?) Never had any problem with my
>Linux router holding these connections.. Now with m0n0wall, all my
>X-apps I am launching from 192.168.0.x to 192.168.0.x are dying within
>10-15 minutes of starting the applications.
>I have searched the m0n0wall docs for Connection timeouts or whatever,
>and I cant find anything that would control this.
>Anyone have any suggestions where to look on monowall to solve this
>Aiiiee! Here, this XTerm I am typing in just died as I was finishing this
>Here was the error on my base SSH window:
>xterm: fatal IO error 104 (Connection reset by peer) or KillClient
> on X server "192.168.0.8:0.0"
It's doubtful m0n0wall has anything to do with this since traffic is not
routing through it (assumed by your statement "from 192.168.0.X to
192.168.0.X"). If you want to be 100% sure it's not the m0n0wall,
disconnect it from your network, then try your X connections. I suspect
the same thing will happen.