Installed (upgrade from 2.2.2 to) 2.2.3
Gertjan last edited by
It's looking great !
IPv6 (tunnelbroker he.net) ; 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 !!!
phil.davis last edited by
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…
stanthewizard last edited by
Upgrade from 2.2.2
Every traffic from outside the LAN doesn't work
Heaven the pFsense management is unaccessible
NOYB last edited by
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.
built on Tue Jun 23 16:37:33 CDT 2015
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 ipv6.l.google.com [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
wiretap last edited by
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