Installed (upgrade from 2.2.2 to) 2.2.3

  • It's looking great !

    IPv6 (tunnelbroker ; Ok, came up just fine.
    IPv6/IPv4 internal LAN : Ok - I'm posting using IPv6 right now.
    Captive Portal : the reboot threw out all connected clients (this is by design ;) - they all reconnected right now (using Local user manager).
    I'm using Munin on my pfSense box : (centralized here) : Ok.
    NUT Widget (some patches) : Ok.
    System logging : no new 'strange' log lines: Ok.

    I think we have an epic version coming up here :)
    Great work, dev's !!!

  • 1 Alix (home) and 2 APUs (test and office) upgraded to 2.2.3 using auto-update. All looks good so far - happily talking to each other and other offices (2.2.2) with OpenVPN…

  • Upgrade from 2.2.2

    Every traffic from outside the LAN doesn't work
    Heaven the pFsense management is unaccessible

    Rollback  :(

  • Success here too.  Only been up a few minutes though didn't see any issues and OpenVPN server works.

    It was a particularly lengthy upgrade.  Over 11 minutes (about 8.5 console rows of dots).  Was beginning to get worried something might be breaking.  A little off the beaten path running from a USB flash drive and was thinking it might not take all the file system changes to well.

    2.2.3-RELEASE  (i386)
    built on Tue Jun 23 16:37:33 CDT 2015
    FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE-p13

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    just updated from 2.2.2 64bit, on a vm running on esxi 6 - I sure wouldn't call it a long update, I was back on the internet in like 2 minutes.. Its installing the packages now.

    5 minutes to console screen after reinstalling my 4 packages, vm-tools, vnstat2, ladvd and openvpn export.  My he tunnel is up, everything looks good.  Will validate openvpn works when I get to work this morning.

    Jun 25 06:41:14 syslogd: exiting on signal 15
    Jun 25 06:46:17 php: rc.bootup: Finished reinstalling all packages.

    edit:  so openvpn is working, still getting my ipv6 address even but ipv6 doesn't seem to be working.  I normally don't use it - so prob something else going on other than the update.  ipv6 is working locally just not the openvpn connection.

    edit2: yeah my bad I had put in a typo in my firewall rules when I was locking down the openvpn tab for my remote networks – ipv6 working now from openvpn client
    Pinging [2607:f8b0:4009:809::200e] with 32 bytes of data:
    Reply from 2607:f8b0:4009:809::200e: time=140ms
    Reply from 2607:f8b0:4009:809::200e: time=154ms

  • Just upgraded from 2.2.2 to 2.2.3. It took maybe 5 minutes.  8)

    Everything is running good from what I see. I upgraded it remotely.. logged in via OpenVPN and saw there was an update, ran the auto-updater with full backup and it rebooted. I reconnected with OpenVPN and everything is back as normal.

    Jetway NF9HG Motherboard
    8GB Kingston HyperX DDR3-1600 1.35v
    128GB SanDisk x110 mSATA SSD
    OpenVPN export package
    BandwidthD package

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