That seems to be a poorly functioning behavior. I like the fixed menu on the desktop browser, but I guess I have to turn in off if I ever have to adjust something remotely from my phone because it's unusable.
@viktor_g I have a double-NAT setup, pfSense is the exposed host of another router. I have set up this first router to get a new IP-address every night and a cron job in pfSense to reboot pfSense after that. pfSense is running as a gen1-VM in Hyper-V with a passed through intel-NIC (I350 Series) for WAN and LAN and is the router for my whole network at home.
@elizabethpoole I do not know what the problem is, maybe we are doing something wrong, or it is a problem in the site itself. This makes me uncomfortable, because if I don't adjust the font to fit me, I won't be able to read anything. I would be immensely happy if the option to upload a custom font was provided. It would make my life a lot easier. On https://upfonts.com/iciel-gotham-medium-font/ I found a great font that doesn't make me uncomfortable and that I can use.
This hasn't been an issue for many years. Old certs are not magically replaced, however, you have to make a new certificate. For example, by running pfSsh.php playback generateguicert or make one manually in the GUI.
I´ve found the issue during an deep dive into the config.xml
The SSL Certs are declared in the CertManager/ and ACME List,
but aren´t stored and aren´t part of the Config Backup. So, after recreating the missing three via ACME , i was able to select them in the GUI.
@crock2348 I just came up against this. You can still apply the changes at https://redmine.pfsense.org/projects/pfsense/repository/revisions/e2e4c0d5452f36a3e468e43a78f2cc5316e34174/diff manually to 2.4.5-p1 which should pass the scanner
yeah, a couple of million.
Shall I list them all ? ;)
Be aware, you only details your problem with the word .... problem .... :(
Most of us have forgotten all possible issues and pitfalls of the very old 2.4.4.
2020 passed, made us focussing on other things, like good VPN access etc.
( but feel free to look at the 2018/2019 parts of the forum - you decided to use an old version, up to you to go to that dusty corner )
So, what about downloading this version ?
Maybe your problems persists, but al least there will be another one pfSense user that saw the same thing, and has a solution.
You'll see ^^
@teamits Hello Steve, yes I tried with Chrome, Safari, Edge and Firefox and was the same.
Then I tried from another computer without Dashlane password manager extensions and works fine, then the problem is the Dashlane extension.
Thanks for the support.
From the linked page, it's these instructions, right here:
To open the firewall GUI, create a firewall rule to allow remote firewall administration.
Note: Do not create a port forward or other NAT configuration.
Firewall > Rules, WAN Tab
Source: The IP address or subnet of the client, or an alias containing management hosts/networks
Destination: WAN Address
Destination port range: HTTP, HTTPS (Or the custom port)
Description: Allow remote management
Thanks @Gertjan, for sharing that. The file system appears to be dirty, but since my kids are on the network now I really cannot reboot into single mode.... On my to do list for the weekend.
BTW Today I experienced the same problem again (hence my returning to this post and reading Gertjan's comment). I rebooted the SG-1100 and restarted the webgui through console. None worked, the webgui remained unavailable.
When I tried to re-apply this trick I found that the webgui setting was already set to 'http'. So I set it to 'https' : after this the webgui finally started working again! It seems that flipping this setting from https to http and back is a trick to force webgui back in business. A bug?
I'm thinking that since they were just hidden, they've probably been forgotten about (out of sight, out of mind)... but someone should probably clean them up at some point. Either that or they're settings that need to be set for the OpenVPN config file, but they shouldn't be changed from their defaults, so they just decided to hide them so they're still set, just can't be changed (on most browsers).
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