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    sludgman
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    I understand the premise of the HTTP Proxy. I began testing it on my network, which consist of just two computers and one other Linksys router with DD-WRT.

    My incoming ISP is Comcast on ETH01 giving a Dynamic Address. Outgoing to ETH00 is the private LAN.

    I add the capture feature on ETH00 and ETH01 covering both interfaces. After I enable the HTTP Proxy, all is working well, there isn’t even any noticeable web page lag.

    I’d say after about 1 hour, the web pages start noticeably becoming lagged and at about the 2 hour mark they do not even load, it just says web server has stopped responding.

    If I reboot the router or disable and re-enable the service the web pages begin downloading fast again but after awhile I get the no server response.

    The hardware I am using is the ALIX 2.x board, 256MB of RAM with the 500MHz AMD processor. I am unsure if it is a hardware or software issue, but I thought I’d report it anyway just to make sure.

    #46678

    imported_fulvio
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    Please, try the release 1.0.beta9 of Zeroshell with related paches. The proxy in the beta10 has some issues caused but the new Kernel.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #46679

    Is this issue cleared in beta 11?

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