[Solved] Can not assign interfaces in current 2.0RC3 snapshots
My pfSense box (i386) has 7 interfaces. I wrote the following nanobsd image to a 1GB IBM Microdrive:
I assigned a WAN and LAN interface in the setup through the serial console.
Everything is working fine so far. I can add, remove and edit interfaces (OPT1 etc) through the webinterface.
With only the WAN and LAN interfaces assigned, I upgraded to the Wed Aug 3 13:01:47 EDT 2011 snapshot via the upgrade menu in the webinterface.
As far as I can see everything is working fine again, except for adding extra interfaces via the webinterface.
When I click the plus sign in I get the message "Interface has been added." in a red bar above the table. But there is no new OPT interface visible in the table below. After a refresh (or a restart of the webbrowser) there is still no new added interface visible.
When I add an OPT interface via SSH, there are no errors and I can see and edit this OPT interface via the webinterface.
I booted from the previous slice (the original 20110621-1821 version) and upgraded to an earlier snapshot (randomly chosen):
This snapshot gives no problem with assigning interfaces via the webinterface.
Were there recent changes in how adding an interfaces via the webinterface is handled?
Or am I the only one with these problems?
I'm not a PHP or git guru, but could it have something to do with this 2011-07-29 commit in the RELENG_2_0 branch in /etc/inc/utils.inc?
Can it be that get_configured_interface_list reparses the config file and does not "see" the recent changes?
In the master branch, the corresponding commit does not include changes in /etc/in/utils.inc…
Ok, I tried loading some previous snapshots, these are the results:
Working fine (assigning interfaces through webgui):
That was the last one working, the following snapshot gave no new interfaces after clicking the + sign:
Still not working in the most recent snapshots:
So I guess there was a change in one of the scripts between the 1520 and 2248 build on 29 jul?
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Should be fixed on next snapshots.
Thanks, I will post back with feedback.
I just tried the newest snapshot:
And I can assign interfaces again in the webinterface.
This is on the same box, only with a full install on a microdrive.
Before it was the same microdrive with a nanobsd install. I will try the newest snapshot on nanobsd tomorrow.
<edit>Tested the microdrive with know working version:
and upgraded it to the latest nanobsd version:
And as aspected, all (assigning interfaces) is working fine again.