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reperez thanks for your post. I was wondering where the 64-bit kernel did go. This saved my a lot of time.
I upgraded my firewall. It all worked great, no error message all fast and efficient.
Thanks for the great work
you have probably the http Proxy enabled.
Try adding the website that you have issues with to your whitelist.
If all sited are not working then it could be an issue with your DNS server or DNS settings on the clients. More and more websites depend on regional cached versions of their website and this can be an issue with the proxy or how you setup ZS
Hi, This is a typical issue with the proxy. You have to add the websites for your AV in the whitelsite.
The same issue does apply to microsft updates. make sure to include it as well.
Here what I had to add to get the microsoft backups to make it work
In most cases when websites fail with the proxy adding the domain to the whitelist will resolve it.
I just upgraded to 3.8 and the 64 bit kernel.
The process was flawless and worked just fine, no big issue memory usage seems to be stable or actually slightly lower.
Hi Zeroshell is a complete solution based on a Linux kernel with all the tools to run a firewall. you don’t need any underlying linux or other OS.
You could run it as s virtual machine however best practice is to run a firewall on dedicated metalJanuary 16, 2017 at 12:27 pm in reply to: Certificate stays expired (after Revoke and Renew) Bug? #54311
I had the same issue after the upgrade. I don’t have the exact steps on how I fixed it.
From memory I did first update the X.509 CA, Trusted CAs my old one was expired. then all the certificates where expired and the release renew did not work. I did delete the few certificates I had did some cleanup and recreated them.
Now it all seems to work.
I hope this helps
Great post. it was easy to follow and really useful. One quick question how did you manage to add the temp chart to Zeroshell ??
OK I sorted out the issue with the help form the guys over on the PCengine formun.
The issue was that after the start of the kernel. the terminal speed is changed from 115200 to 38400 once I connected with the new speed I was able to wrok from there.
Load from a usb drive. then run the install option to the m-sata drive.
one trick for me was that on boot it would not recognize the usb drive I had to boot and then with F10 go into the setup mode. make no changes, save and reboot and the usb drive was readable.
it is all good now. will try to replace the production FW next week and will let you know how it performs
I am still struggling with this setup.
I have tried to copy different images to the internal m-sata drive and they all fail at the same stage.
I tried the other route and tried to tweak the grub.cfg and try to boot it manually. Still no success. I tried it manually and it seems to boot but then goes into a reboot.
To say that I am frustrated would an understatement. It would be great if anybody had any hints on where to look to fix this
I have not seen dramatic changes in any of the performance metrics the upgrade with the new packager manager however was very easy and did go really well.
Keep up your amazing work I love my zeroshell firewall
So far I have been very happy with the new release.
About at the same time I did get an upgrade of my DSL line and it has been transparent.
I did write a little bit about my infrastructure on my website http://klausbinder.com/?p=3331
Hi in order to use 8GB of Ram you need the 64-bit image if I am not mistaken. 32 bit is limited to 4GB which would roughly match the % shown.
I did get the wrong ISO file. as instructed by fulvio I unistalled and reisntalled not it seems to work just fine.
Thanks again for this great product
I tried to download the package and I get the following error message : “Operation not allowed without a valid Repository Subscription”
how do I get a valid subscription ?