thanx, and I installed the pb17 rightaway.
I did get a script error, somewhere /usr/??? ... line 91, but monowall
reported the 515 version a little later. It did get a lot slower though,
and I noticed a increased activity on the wan side.
Shortly after [5 or less minutes], my net stopped working altogether .. I
use the monwall on a soekris as my wan-lan router and dhcp server for
several machines [since about a month, rock-solid, fast, and thanx for a
simply working solution !].
I reset everything in site, but no cigar.
When assigning an internal fixed IP to my work machine, I can ping the fixed
machines but not the dhcp assigned machines, and I got to the monowall GUI.
I loaded pb16 back and restarted the router. Still no dhcp service.
After assigning another server to do the dhcp, the net is up again,
including wan routing via monowall, and I can again get to the monowall
GUI, but now my password [or the mono password] no longer works.
What happened ?
thanx : ed bongaerts
On Wednesday 2003 October 08 21:51, Manuel Kasper wrote:
> Good evening (or maybe also morning, afternoon, night ;),
> I have just uploaded pb17 to the mirrors, these are the changes:
> - the DHCP server now also serves clients on optional interfaces
> (yes, you all can stop begging now ;)
> - the webGUI password is no longer stored in plaintext (one-way
> - in the CD-ROM version, the default config.xml is now automatically
> copied to the floppy disk if not found
> (i.e. a blank floppy disk may be used)
> - upgraded mini_httpd to 1.17beta1 (security issues)
> - incorporated patch from FreeBSD security advisory SA-03:18
> - other minor/cosmetic fixes (e.g. help text in console LAN IP setup to
> explain subnet bit counts)
> Due to the threefold security improvement (encrypted passwords, FreeBSD
> patch, mini_httpd update), I strongly recommend everybody to upgrade. The
> configuration file will be automatically converted (and the webGUI
> password encrypted).
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