Klouzale klouzale, neinstaluj píčoviny na firewall…
pkg install [mysql56-server|mariadb100-server|mariadb55-server]
manually unpack phpMyAdmin (PMA) somewhere under /usr/local/www (or symlink from elsewhere – otherwise, it'd want to install its own PHP, completely broken idea)
simple XML-based GUI with enable/disable MySQL service and raw my.cnf editing perhaps
ACLs to PMA in User Manager (would require patching PMA files every time you update PMA)
Features like this are very likely to be rejected for package repo since this has no place on a FW box
Integration might get better with 2.3.x regarding the PHP dependency and "automated update" part
That may be difficult/impossible to pull off. The tftpd binary doesn't appear to have a way to bind to a specific IP address and changing inetd to only bind to specific IP addresses may have other unintended negative effects.
Someone did reach out to me directly initially, but they haven't responded since.
We've moved on to Meraki AP's. They have this functionality and additionally match usage to user.
Please close this bounty :(
i am not familiar with the bounty section and this is just my first time posting here (accidentally :D)
i think you need to read this first: http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,23514.0.html
Configuration help bounties
There are a lot of bounties for people asking for configuration help. For those of you who need help getting your system set up in a specific way, consider paying for a commercial support package. Its a great way to support pfSense and pay the developers for their time, plus you can be assured that you're getting someone who really knows this system to look at your network environment and help you configure pfSense properly.
It is better to pay for a commercial support package and let the support team do its job.
Sorry but i am not part of the support team and i am not an expert of pfsense.
Definitely glad to see Microsoft, NetApp and Citrix stepping up on this. Once they make that available, we'll need to look at incorporating it and keeping hyper-v a first class citizen. We'll need the funding at that point to get a server to run hyper-v long term (if someone would like to contribute something, donations welcome), and to put developer time towards integrating the patches, testing, etc. Virtually all development comes from people on our payroll and we have to have some way to meet that payroll. Once we get to that point, I'll follow up on this thread to see what we can put together.
I've been working commercially with netflow for some years now and have implemented systems which cope with billions of flows per day, calculating hundreds of customers data plans. While those systems run from cisco routers, this can be done under FreeBSD fairly easily and can monitor all the interfaces individually and then filter/aggregate them based on subnets, IP's, ports etc. The only failing currently with flow tools is no IPv6 support. I have built netflow v9 gernerator/capture software (which supports IPv6) in php to gain an understanding of it. Based on all of this knowledge, I am sure I can contribute something to the pfSense project, if so desired.
I would love to load this even if it were outside of pf. Chris B suggested nfsen - what is yours based upon?
Have you looked into the HAProxy package instead? I just did a bunch of bugfixes on it and am working on getting those made available to the public:
according to the ticket, need to sue multiple hostnames but how do i do that on a windows system as i had put the same ip for my wired and wireless mac id under dhcp server but as soon as i disable the wired conenction and switch on the wireless then wireless connection goes in a endless loop of release/renew ip
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