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  • in reply to: WiFi N300 speed issue #54669
    iulyb
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    Hi,
    Zeroshell is very outdated when it comes to wireless. After a lot of tinkering I was able to setup 11.n with 144 Mb/s and 11.ac with 360 Mb/s
    You will need a new version of hostpad and a different config plus a patch of current software.
    Here is a howto:
    https://www.zeroshell.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7143

    in reply to: Best Network Card for a WiFi Access Point? #54631
    iulyb
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    That might also depend if you want to have an Access point ( emitter ) or just a connection. ( receiver )

    kernel will support the receivers. For emitters you will need hostap app. The included hostap version will work with wle200nx . For newer cards you will need newer version of hostap.

    in reply to: Support Xen in kernel #54638
    iulyb
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    Hi,
    I didn’t compiled kernels for long time but you can go and download it form kernel.org, patch it renemae it and compile it.

    Unfortunately the dev tools are broken for last releases, last that you can use is
    3.7.1

    I compiled some instructions some time ago, there is also an old post in italian how to do it.

    Other option is to do a cross compile on ubuntu. Never did this but should be another way.

    I just ordered a new apu2 unit ( 4 core, 4g ) so I might look into myself sometime in jan when arrive and if I have time.

    in reply to: Cannot connect – Lost my router – Need help – Emergency #54641
    iulyb
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    Depending on the device you used you should be able to use serial or vga interface, no firewall there.

    in reply to: PAP2T and other VOIP adapters having intermittent problems #54617
    iulyb
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    My PAP probably died as a result of me but this was a long time ago and now probably has already been recycled :).
    I used by mistake a different power adaptor so I blow the internal power regulator. I figure out that I shorted something and used a different power adaptor so it was working again for 1 or 2 years then it finally died.
    I bought an SPA and set it up to be exactly like the PAP. SPA has an useless cheap router / gateway and only 1 line instead of 2.
    Since then I installed CSIP simple app on my smart phones so I use the app on my cell for outgoing and SPA for incoming on my 2 line landline. This setup works well on port 5060 as long as you don’t have a lot of calls.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.csipsimple

    in reply to: PAP2T and other VOIP adapters having intermittent problems #54615
    iulyb
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    @DrmCa wrote:

    Got it, thanks!

    Just wondering why this problem became more frequent with the recent version of ZS. I was only having it every 3-6 months when I was on v.1 and v.2, but now on 3.5 it became a weekly thing. My LAN’s internet traffic did increase, and hardware changed from P4 Celeron to Atom. I also gotten rid of the load balanced 2nd DSL line and only have one now, otherwise this is the same profile as 10 years ago.

    Not sure on that, I started with v 2.1 or so on an alix about 7 years ago. At that time I had a PAP, and I don’t think it was any contrack just port forwarding on my side. Contrack is supposed to be better and no need for port forwarding.. well when it works. 🙂
    The version supplied on ZS on my v 2.7 is really really old, 0.9, current version that comes on ubuntu is > 1.4.
    We might need to try to compile a new conntrack version and try it

    in reply to: PAP2T and other VOIP adapters having intermittent problems #54613
    iulyb
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    @iulyb wrote:

    @DrmCa wrote:

    No need for a script. An entry on crontab will suffice. Also an entry on scritps/cron should be enough.

    Is there web UI for crontab editing?
    I see in the main page there is Scripts/Cron entry, it loads up a window where Cron is only mentioned as Crontab Shiboleth and it talks about scheduled updates. Is that where I add the command above to flush conntrack?

    UI has an option to add custom jobs..
    On the lower screen there is an “Add job” button, name it PAP and just enter the script command. You will see a new entry named Crontab or Cronjob PAP that will be created having the scheduling available.
    The interface is not very intuitive but will do the job.

    in reply to: virtualbox – adapter type intel PRO/1000 #54576
    iulyb
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    Hi,
    I think you are on the wrong path.
    I used that interface ( Intel Pro 1000 ) in both NAT and bridged mode with virtual box ( same version) on my laptop without any issue.
    Not sure about the max transfer rate but it works. My laptop has intel NICs

    I think that the issue is between VB and your interface that cannot be virtualised. You might need an intel nic or at least a compatible one.

    in reply to: Use DNS to forward to local network #54602
    iulyb
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    @Montikore wrote:

    @iulyb wrote:

    In order to have access from internet you need routable internet IPs for your internal or DMZ network. However that means your network would be exposed + the cost of IPs.

    😯 what are you talking about??

    By the way, VPN is clearly not the solution to this problem…

    Rout-able IPs meens IPs that are not in private range. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_network. Also these IPs needs to be routed to your place so in most cases you will need to buy them from your ISP for an additional cost. You may need advance networking and routing experience if you will go multiple ISPs.

    You didn’t specify if your clients are public or private, most corporations use VPN to allow their employees to access internal resources.

    I suggest that you should stick with forwarded ports.

    in reply to: PAP2T and other VOIP adapters having intermittent problems #54609
    iulyb
    Member

    @DrmCa wrote:

    If I understand you correctly, you are probably suggesting restarting conntrack instead of playing with VOIP adapter ports?

    Yes, that s correct.

    Or are you having a script restart it on a regular basis?[/quote]

    No need for a script. An entry on crontab will suffice. Also an entry on scritps/cron should be enough.

    First you should see if the conntrack restart fix your issue. My PAP died more that 1 year ago and I replaced with an SPA 3102 and on this device it seems that all I need to do is to add this command on post boot entry on ZS, else will not register with the SIP server

    in reply to: Use DNS to forward to local network #54600
    iulyb
    Member

    Hi,
    In order to have access from internet you need routable internet IPs for your internal or DMZ network. However that means your network would be exposed + the cost of IPs.

    From DNS perspective you did it right, I have a similar setup but with a non routable network.

    In order to access internal services I use VPN and after that everything works like at home. The trick is to push the internal dns server on VPN. This will add a leyer of security over the forwarded ports.

    If you do not have many clients for your internal network you will need to setup a VPN client on your clients and and VPN server on the ZS.

    If you want to have services presented to internet port forwarding is the way.

    in reply to: PAP2T and other VOIP adapters having intermittent problems #54607
    iulyb
    Member

    Hi,

    I had this issue and reported it before. Not sure who recommended the fix but conntrack restart fix it for me.


    /usr/local/sbin/conntrack -F
    in reply to: [FIXED] the (monitoring) message spooler not sending emails #54558
    iulyb
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    You said on reboot. Everything restarts on reboot and order is important. You can get them sent because there is not a firewall that comes later.

    kerbinet script runs in a continuous loop sa no need for crontab. All relevant script are done in that way. I am not sure but this is what I noticed.

    Also try to isolate.. so first send an email using telnet if ok then using smtp-cli
    Also you didn’t specify if you server is internal or external so try to telnet and smtp-cli on both..
    If everything works then there is something else in scripts. Scripts are on /root/kerbynet/scripts

    in reply to: [FIXED] the (monitoring) message spooler not sending emails #54556
    iulyb
    Member

    Hi
    This is kind of old.. but any way.
    I had the same hardware before and worked out of the box with gmail
    smtp : smtp.gmail.com
    security: starttls
    port: 587

    What to look for:

    root@zs scripts> grep -r smtp ./
    ./sendmail:smtp-cli --subject="$SUBJECT" --from="$SMTPSENDER" --to="$RECIPIENT" --server="$SMTPSERVER" --port="$SMTPPORT" $SECURITYSTRING $AUTHSTRING --body-plain=$BODY
    ./alerts_start: echo smtp.gmail.com > $CONFIG/EMAIL/SMTPServer
    root@zs scripts> smtp-cli --version
    smtp-cli version 3.6
    root@zs scripts> man smtp-cli
    No manual entry for smtp-cli

    Seem that you need to google for smtp-cli.

    On the other hand I would suspect some firewall or route issue.
    Try to telnet from your zs to local server.
    https://www.port25.com/how-to-check-an-smtp-connection-with-a-manual-telnet-session-2/

    in reply to: v3.8.0 intel wifi 3160 firmware not loading #54510
    iulyb
    Member

    @didier wrote:

    Thanks for the hint but.
    The file system is read only,

    root@zershell firmware> touch test
    touch: cannot touch `test’: Read-only file system
    root@zershell firmware> pwd
    /lib/firmware

    I had a look in /Database but didn’t find any place for drivers.

    I there a way to add drivers in Zeroshell ?

    Thanks

    Hi,
    Here is a procedure for a different card including AC setup
    https://www.zeroshell.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7143

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