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Hya guys ,
This more addressed to Karl than to anyone else but anyway, it has been made available the 1st Release Candidate of the new FreeBSD v5.3.
Currently downloading it
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YEEEAHHHHHH


Thanks Rui
I guess there will be one more, RC2, and then the final release
BTW Rui, I installed M0NoWall on a 32MB USB Pen Drive
It booted like a charm

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Thanks Rui
I guess there will be one more, RC2, and then the final release
Great!
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BTW Rui, I installed M0NoWall on a 32MB USB Pen Drive
It booted like a charm
Which image did u use?
What do you think about it?
Is it good compared with smoothwall?
I mean if you only look at it as a Firewall with VPN support and WiFi AP mode
Keep us updated on your experiences with it and please let us know what hardware was involved and the features you're currently using.
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Which image did u use?
I used the generic PC image, and "dd'ed" (raw written) it into my 32MB "Pen Drive", with space to spare
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What do you think about it?
Is it good compared with smoothwall?
I mean if you only look at it as a Firewall with VPN support and WiFi AP mode
Keep us updated on your experiences with it and please let us know what hardware was involved and the features you're currently using.
Cheers buddy
I just booted it on my PC workstation to test it, but sadly, the machine I use as firewall doesn't boot from USB
So I just changed the BIOS option on my workstation just to test it, and it booted fine right into the main configuration menu
I'll have to burn the CD image to test it on my firewall, which will be late tonight

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Keep posting, I'm enjoying it
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About to reboot my firewall, and run M0NoWall now
Later ...........

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I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will work like a charm
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You can breathe now Rui
M0NoWall is up and running
I configured Traffic shaper, and it works great
I'm connected through the firewall right now.
I'll be playing with the other options for a while now

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M0N0Wall dumped
Can't redirect ports 4662 (very important for me!) to my workstation.
Just doesn't work

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Back on my Good'ol custom FreeBSD firewall

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Hey
I know that port
And I bet my *ss that it's gotta work.
Remember my cousin?
He's working with m0n0wall and he's making use of that specific port.
Are you sure you did everything by the book?
Maybe I'll ask Jose if he know a trick or something.
Don't give up
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Please ask him
Because I tried every option, and I could just not get it to work (you know, the program on that port )
So please let me know

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Sure I know, and it's not only that port, there's at least another one you'll need, and that is if you don't need to control that tool remotely otherwise you'll need a 3rd one
No sweat, I'll give him a call on skype tonight
Hopefully he'll know what we're doing wrong.
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Thing is, I tried opening a whole block of ports, even UDP, and still nothing.
I have exactly the same rules on my regular FreeBSD firewall, and they work flawlessly.

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Still haven't been able to reach him
Maybe I have more luck at night.
Karl, there's got to be a way, after all m0n0wall is based on FreeBSD
And Jose is currently using it at home, not to mention he is installing it with Soekris boards and cases on his customers which also use those particular ports :P
Stay tuned
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Still haven't been able to reach him
Maybe I have more luck at night.
Karl, there's got to be a way, after all m0n0wall is based on FreeBSD
Yes, but there's no shell (telnet/ssh) that I can access, and check the firewall rules.
What I did was I telnetted to an external system, and telnetted back to my server, trying the ports, and they are all closed.
Are you sure Jose has this working?
Maybe some ports work, and others don't
Ask him if he can try the same ports I did.
This is the issue I wrote the E-Mail back to the developer of M0n0, a long time ago.
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And Jose is currently using it at home, not to mention he is installing it with Soekris boards and cases on his customers which also use those particular ports :P
Stay tuned
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Ok. maybe it's an issue with some particular ports

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Beta 1.2b5 released.
Now based on FreeBSD 5.3 branch.
http://m0n0.ch/wall/beta.php

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NEAT
I'll check it out ASAP!!
I've been waiting for this 5.3 core for many many time.
Thanks for the tip Karl
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Hi Rui,

Last night I sent Manuel an E-Mail, asking him about the possibility of doing a m0n0wall version in NetBSD
Let's see what he replies

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Great
Keep us updated
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