Davide Cottignoli | 3 Feb 18:08 2012
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Re: 2.5.1 upgrade

I get a try to upgrade to 2.5.1:

from 2.5.0 to 2.5.1: upgrade success and the few services I tested works
normally;

from 2.4.1 to 2.5.1: upgrade completed withouth errors but dashboard
doesn't work, so upgrade is useless.

Davide.

Il 31/01/12 02:25, Andres Gonzalez ha scritto:
> Hello, any idea if it's possible to upgrade from version 2.4.1 to 2.5.1 ?
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compdoc | 3 Feb 20:00 2012

Re: 2.5.1 upgrade

A backup of 2.4.1 that is restored to a new install of 2.5.1 seems to work
perfectly...

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Tom Maravilla | 3 Feb 21:14 2012
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Comcast and Uplink - FAILURE

Hello everyone,

I have setup up a EFW (version 2.5) in my home, but am unable to get my "main uplink" to connect.  Every time I click on System -> Dashboard and look at the Uplinks section, the status sits at connecting, then changes to failed.  I am using comcast as an ISP here is my hardware setup:

Linksys cable modem -> cisco switch -> EFW -> another switch for home network

Under network configurations:

page 1/8 - chose Ethernet DHCP (Number of interfaces is 2)
page 2/8 - chose network zones -> NONE for blue and orange
page 3/8 - chose correct green NIC (ip address 192.168.110.1 - mask /24 - 255.255.255.0
page 4/8 - chose correct red NIC (left MTU and Spoof Mac blank) - DNS was manual
page 5/8 - looked up comcast DNS primary/sec servers and enter ip
page 6/8 - admin mail (left blank)
page 7/8 apply


I have had a few , who have EFW configured at home, take a look at this and they have said that all other settings looks correct. 

One of my  is using comcast and he said he had to spoof his mac address on page 4/8 of the network setup wizard.  He suggested that I take my laptop and plug it directly into the cable mode, wait for the ip to be assigned and make sure I can browse the internet.  Then do an ipconfig /all and look at the mac address of the laptop and us that on page 4/8 of the network wizard.  Here was his suggestion for hardware:

Linksys cable modem -> EFW -> another switch for home network

I tried this and was not successful. 

The end result is the EFW is up and running, DHCP is working, but I am unable to get out  and browse any sites.

Thanks for this list, any ideas?

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Matthias Appel | 3 Feb 21:20 2012

Re: 2.5.1 upgrade

After the upgrade my IPSEC tunnels were broken.

I did a rollback to 2.4 until I have time to do further investigations.
(Might also be user error, but be prepared to fix IPSEC wen upgrading)

Regards,

Matthias

Am 03.02.12 20:00, schrieb compdoc:
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> perfectly...
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compdoc | 3 Feb 22:23 2012

Re: Comcast and Uplink - FAILURE

Comcast used to remember the MAC address of your nic so that you always needed the same MAC address for a connection. But they stopped doing that years ago, at least here in the Denver area.

 

However, if you are changing nics (or devices), you do need to power off the cable modem each time. Mine's a Motorola.

 

For Red, I select Ethernet DHCP (page 1/8) -> select the correct nic for red w/ no mtu or spoof, and dns set to auto (page 4/8)  -> then apply at the end.

 

A cisco switch in front seems unnecessary - it's not like you can use it for other devices...

 

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Tom Maravilla | 3 Feb 22:35 2012
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Re: Comcast and Uplink - FAILURE

Thanks, will try tonight

On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 2:23 PM, compdoc <compdoc-HzkQJFMtZ6VWk0Htik3J/w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

Comcast used to remember the MAC address of your nic so that you always needed the same MAC address for a connection. But they stopped doing that years ago, at least here in the Denver area.

 

However, if you are changing nics (or devices), you do need to power off the cable modem each time. Mine's a Motorola.

 

For Red, I select Ethernet DHCP (page 1/8) -> select the correct nic for red w/ no mtu or spoof, and dns set to auto (page 4/8)  -> then apply at the end.

 

A cisco switch in front seems unnecessary - it's not like you can use it for other devices...

 


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Farzan Qureshi | 3 Feb 22:08 2012
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Re: Comcast and Uplink - FAILURE

What is the ip of your red interface, green interface and your comcast modem?

Is natting enabled on comcast modem?

Rgds,
Farzan

On Feb 4, 2012 9:15 AM, "Tom Maravilla" <tlmaravilla-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have setup up a EFW (version 2.5) in my home, but am unable to get my "main uplink" to connect.  Every time I click on System -> Dashboard and look at the Uplinks section, the status sits at connecting, then changes to failed.  I am using comcast as an ISP here is my hardware setup:

Linksys cable modem -> cisco switch -> EFW -> another switch for home network

Under network configurations:

page 1/8 - chose Ethernet DHCP (Number of interfaces is 2)
page 2/8 - chose network zones -> NONE for blue and orange
page 3/8 - chose correct green NIC (ip address 192.168.110.1 - mask /24 - 255.255.255.0
page 4/8 - chose correct red NIC (left MTU and Spoof Mac blank) - DNS was manual
page 5/8 - looked up comcast DNS primary/sec servers and enter ip
page 6/8 - admin mail (left blank)
page 7/8 apply


I have had a few , who have EFW configured at home, take a look at this and they have said that all other settings looks correct. 

One of my  is using comcast and he said he had to spoof his mac address on page 4/8 of the network setup wizard.  He suggested that I take my laptop and plug it directly into the cable mode, wait for the ip to be assigned and make sure I can browse the internet.  Then do an ipconfig /all and look at the mac address of the laptop and us that on page 4/8 of the network wizard.  Here was his suggestion for hardware:

Linksys cable modem -> EFW -> another switch for home network

I tried this and was not successful. 

The end result is the EFW is up and running, DHCP is working, but I am unable to get out  and browse any sites.

Thanks for this list, any ideas?
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Tom Maravilla | 3 Feb 22:58 2012
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Re: Comcast and Uplink - FAILURE

Thanks for all the help here:

How would I go about getting IP addresses for my nics via EFW?

Not sure how to tell if natting is enabled on my linksys cable model as well.  Please excuse my ignorance.

Tom

On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 2:08 PM, Farzan Qureshi <fqureshi-HcX2Z0wcrrZSA5vEwR2GfKVXKuFTiq87@public.gmane.org> wrote:

What is the ip of your red interface, green interface and your comcast modem?

Is natting enabled on comcast modem?

Rgds,
Farzan

On Feb 4, 2012 9:15 AM, "Tom Maravilla" <tlmaravilla-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have setup up a EFW (version 2.5) in my home, but am unable to get my "main uplink" to connect.  Every time I click on System -> Dashboard and look at the Uplinks section, the status sits at connecting, then changes to failed.  I am using comcast as an ISP here is my hardware setup:

Linksys cable modem -> cisco switch -> EFW -> another switch for home network

Under network configurations:

page 1/8 - chose Ethernet DHCP (Number of interfaces is 2)
page 2/8 - chose network zones -> NONE for blue and orange
page 3/8 - chose correct green NIC (ip address 192.168.110.1 - mask /24 - 255.255.255.0
page 4/8 - chose correct red NIC (left MTU and Spoof Mac blank) - DNS was manual
page 5/8 - looked up comcast DNS primary/sec servers and enter ip
page 6/8 - admin mail (left blank)
page 7/8 apply


I have had a few , who have EFW configured at home, take a look at this and they have said that all other settings looks correct. 

One of my  is using comcast and he said he had to spoof his mac address on page 4/8 of the network setup wizard.  He suggested that I take my laptop and plug it directly into the cable mode, wait for the ip to be assigned and make sure I can browse the internet.  Then do an ipconfig /all and look at the mac address of the laptop and us that on page 4/8 of the network wizard.  Here was his suggestion for hardware:

Linksys cable modem -> EFW -> another switch for home network

I tried this and was not successful. 

The end result is the EFW is up and running, DHCP is working, but I am unable to get out  and browse any sites.

Thanks for this list, any ideas?
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Farzan Qureshi | 4 Feb 00:25 2012
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Re: Comcast and Uplink - FAILURE

SSH to your efw and run command ifconfig and send me the output. Also try to ping the ip of your cable modem from the shell.

I think you can also get the nics IPs when you run network configuration wizard inside efw gui.





On Feb 4, 2012 10:59 AM, "Tom Maravilla" <tlmaravilla-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Thanks for all the help here:

How would I go about getting IP addresses for my nics via EFW?

Not sure how to tell if natting is enabled on my linksys cable model as well.  Please excuse my ignorance.

Tom

On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 2:08 PM, Farzan Qureshi <fqureshi-HcX2Z0wcrrZSA5vEwR2GfKVXKuFTiq87@public.gmane.org> wrote:

What is the ip of your red interface, green interface and your comcast modem?

Is natting enabled on comcast modem?

Rgds,
Farzan

On Feb 4, 2012 9:15 AM, "Tom Maravilla" <tlmaravilla-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have setup up a EFW (version 2.5) in my home, but am unable to get my "main uplink" to connect.  Every time I click on System -> Dashboard and look at the Uplinks section, the status sits at connecting, then changes to failed.  I am using comcast as an ISP here is my hardware setup:

Linksys cable modem -> cisco switch -> EFW -> another switch for home network

Under network configurations:

page 1/8 - chose Ethernet DHCP (Number of interfaces is 2)
page 2/8 - chose network zones -> NONE for blue and orange
page 3/8 - chose correct green NIC (ip address 192.168.110.1 - mask /24 - 255.255.255.0
page 4/8 - chose correct red NIC (left MTU and Spoof Mac blank) - DNS was manual
page 5/8 - looked up comcast DNS primary/sec servers and enter ip
page 6/8 - admin mail (left blank)
page 7/8 apply


I have had a few , who have EFW configured at home, take a look at this and they have said that all other settings looks correct. 

One of my  is using comcast and he said he had to spoof his mac address on page 4/8 of the network setup wizard.  He suggested that I take my laptop and plug it directly into the cable mode, wait for the ip to be assigned and make sure I can browse the internet.  Then do an ipconfig /all and look at the mac address of the laptop and us that on page 4/8 of the network wizard.  Here was his suggestion for hardware:

Linksys cable modem -> EFW -> another switch for home network

I tried this and was not successful. 

The end result is the EFW is up and running, DHCP is working, but I am unable to get out  and browse any sites.

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Igor Mikolic-Torreira | 4 Feb 02:26 2012
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Re: 2.5.1 upgrade

On 02/03/2012 12:08 PM, Davide Cottignoli wrote:
> I get a try to upgrade to 2.5.1:
>
> from 2.5.0 to 2.5.1: upgrade success and the few services I tested works
> normally;

Did you upgrade using the "efw-upgrade" command?  When I try 
it I get "No interesting upgrades available.".

Igor

>
> from 2.4.1 to 2.5.1: upgrade completed withouth errors but dashboard
> doesn't work, so upgrade is useless.
>
> Davide.

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