I and one other in my team have been working on getting BGP in FRR to work in our new data center for a bit. We know when to quit and we are willing to seek knowledge from someone wiser than us. Any takers?
@mhertzfeld Sounds like a good plan. Yes, unfortunately paying monthly for a service you will not use 99% of the time is the only option with almost all data plans. If you are interested in T-Mobile look into a T-Mobile MVNO. They might offer lower amounts of minimum data plans for less cost on the same T-Mobile network.
Yeah, we didn't remove your post because linking to a github is not what your normal spammer would do. 😉
Unfortunately we get a lot of spam here and replies on an old thread that include links are typically where it appears so it got flagged.
I would still recommend adding a description there against the parent project since I'm still unsure what that is.
The vast majority of pfSense users would never have tried to use a lua script with Suricata. The package gui takes care of all that.
OK, in that case I suppose I have to consider if the TP-Link EAP245 is the issue. After all, both Pi3s were performing well when the Linksys WRT1900ACS was operating as the router and wireless access point. I switched to pfSense and the EAP245 WAP only about a month ago and had this issue.
Thanks for pointing me in the correct direction for investigation.
If I get some time I can fire up a hyper-v on windows 10.. But today not looking good, got lots of real work meetings.. And tonight is football ;)
I currently don't have it enabled - not really a fan of it ;) I normally run all my vms just on my nas. And if needed something on my pc, I would just use virtualbox. I had it up and running awhile ago to help with someone vlan question.. But in general I avoid using it ;)
I have vmware player on my work machine - but they have that so locked down.. Your only allowed to passthru another nic to the vm, which has direct control over it.. So no bridging done, etc.
If pfsense doesn't see the dhcp request, from mac xyz - then no its not possible for pfsense to offer it an IP to use. So concentrate on why in hyper-v your virtual machine mac is not being seen on your network that is attached to pfsense from the vm host.
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