SG-1000 failed to upgrade to 2.4.5
unfortunately applying 2.4.5 upgrade to my sg-1000 failed. The upgrade itself worked but once it restarted LAN clients were unable to connect. Firewall access to WAN was fine. Then I noticed the error "cannot define table bogosv6: too many elements".
Looks like the cause is "net.pf.request_maxcount: 65535" which I was unable to increase, even with bigger number set at /boot/loader.conf. Looks like this file is ignored. There are some clarification at https://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/10254. There is a great technical discussion over there, but I was NOT able to find a practical solution. I had to temporarily remove SG-1000 from the network.
I had few packages installed and disabled (squid, snort, nmap, ...) and I forgot to REMOVE them prior to the upgrade. That could lead to the issue according to some netgate directions. If that's the case, I believe I should have received a WARNING from the GUI prior to the upgrade. At this point I am more concerned on having the firewall functionality back up.
I will try factory reset + last backup restoration.
Any other suggestion?
Can you turn off the blocking of bogons on the WAN interface? (or disable IPv6 if you don't use it, I think that should avoid loading that table)