NAT Stopped??



  • I got to work today and went to view my website that is hosted at home and noticed that I couldn't. When I got home I couldn't see any issues. I could log into the pfsense machine so it had not locked up or anything. I restarted pfsense and all started to work again.
    Not sure what the problem was? I am using 1.2 beta 1.
    What is the best way to upgrade pfsense while keeping history for RRD Graphs etc? Is the firmware upgrade the best option once it has been installed to a hard drive?



  • @far_ken_beauty:

    I got to work today and went to view my website that is hosted at home and noticed that I couldn't. When I got home I couldn't see any issues. I could log into the pfsense machine so it had not locked up or anything. I restarted pfsense and all started to work again.
    Not sure what the problem was? I am using 1.2 beta 1.

    If it happens again, post back with more info on your connection (WAN type, config info, etc., what Status->Interfaces showed when it was down, and anything else you think might be helpful.)

    @far_ken_beauty:

    What is the best way to upgrade pfsense while keeping history for RRD Graphs etc? Is the firmware upgrade the best option once it has been installed to a hard drive?

    Yes.



  • @cmb:

    @far_ken_beauty:

    I got to work today and went to view my website that is hosted at home and noticed that I couldn't. When I got home I couldn't see any issues. I could log into the pfsense machine so it had not locked up or anything. I restarted pfsense and all started to work again.
    Not sure what the problem was? I am using 1.2 beta 1.

    If it happens again, post back with more info on your connection (WAN type, config info, etc., what Status->Interfaces showed when it was down, and anything else you think might be helpful.)

    @far_ken_beauty:

    What is the best way to upgrade pfsense while keeping history for RRD Graphs etc? Is the firmware upgrade the best option once it has been installed to a hard drive?

    Yes.

    Thank you. Will post more info if happens again.



  • If it happens again, post back with more info on your connection (WAN type, config info, etc., what Status->Interfaces showed when it was down, and anything else you think might be helpful.)

    Stopped again…
    I am using PPPoE from pfsense. My modem is in bridge mode.

    Status interfaces shows all up.

    WAN interface (dc1) 
    Status up 
    PPPoE up     
    MAC address 00:80:c8:cf:ab:a6 
    IP address 59.167.xxx.xxx   
    Subnet mask 255.255.255.255 
    Gateway 150.101.212.91 
    ISP DNS servers 192.231.203.132
    192.231.203.3

    Media 100baseTX <full-duplex>In/out packets 139217/103961 (48.31 MB/27.67 MB) 
    In/out errors 0/0 
    Collisions 0 
    Interrupts/Second dc1 total
    241249 rate

    LAN interface (dc0) 
    Status up 
    MAC address 00:80:c8:cf:ab:a5 
    IP address 192.168.0.2   
    Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 
    Media 100baseTX <full-duplex>In/out packets 71864/91773 (11.62 MB/44.32 MB) 
    In/out errors 0/0 
    Collisions 0 
    Interrupts/Second dc0 total
    160284 rate

    DMZ interface (dc2) 
    Status up 
    MAC address 00:80:c8:cf:ab:a7 
    IP address 192.168.1.1   
    Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 
    Media 100baseTX <full-duplex>In/out packets 35806/50414 (21.45 MB/11.70 MB) 
    In/out errors 0/0 
    Collisions 0 
    Interrupts/Second 83642 total
    1 rate

    These are the last few entries of the firewall log...

    Jun 15 09:03:36 NG0 203.38.101.4:59961 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:03:39 NG0 203.38.101.4:59933 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:03:39 NG0 203.38.101.4:59961 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:03:45 NG0 203.38.101.4:59961 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:03:51 NG0 203.38.101.4:60016 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:03:54 NG0 203.38.101.4:60016 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:03:57 NG0 203.38.101.4:60056 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:04:00 NG0 203.38.101.4:60016 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:04:00 NG0 203.38.101.4:60056 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:04:06 NG0 203.38.101.4:60056 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:04:12 NG0 203.38.101.4:60128 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:04:15 NG0 203.38.101.4:60128 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:04:18 NG0 203.38.101.4:60159 59.167.89.159:80 TCP
      Jun 15 09:04:21 NG0 203.38.101.4:60159 59.167.89.159:80 TCP

    thanks.

    Also I went to upgrade the firmware using pfSense-1.2-BETA-1-Embedded-128-MB.img.gz and it said it was not trusted....continue anyway...I did not. Is that the correct file to upgrade once installed to HDD?</full-duplex></full-duplex></full-duplex>



  • I have upgraded to the latest snapshot and so far so good. Been up for 3 days or so no problems.


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