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  • in reply to: Workaround for Freezing ALIX with WiFi #51857
    mailsvb
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    I reported this a while ago…
    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1830&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=

    Still not using zeroshell on that ALIX board because of this issue…

    in reply to: system freezing completely #49222
    mailsvb
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    I have already switched to an alternative router OS (openwrt).
    I believe the whole problem is related to the madwifi drivers…

    I am still a big fan of zeroshell and using it on other systems that do not have a wireless card installed!

    Is anybody aware of how to update the madwifi drivers in zeroshell?? maybe this fixes the issue.

    in reply to: QoS tagging for SIP and RTP #49223
    mailsvb
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    Hi,

    did you update the l7 protocol definitions to the latest version? It helped me to make zeroshell identifying SIP packets…

    You can download the latest definitions at sourceforge.net
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/l7-filter/files/

    latest files are from: 28.05.2009

    Download the file, rename it to l7-protocols.tgz and place it in the following directory on your zeroshell box
    /var/register/system/net/L7/
    After that, you need to reboot the system.

    cheers

    PS: You can verify the update by checking the top left corner of the “L7 Filter Manager” window… Now it should show something like “l7-protocols-2008-XXX”, after the update it should show “l7-protocols-2009-05-28”

    in reply to: time syncronisation on boot #47277
    mailsvb
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    Hi,

    I had the same problem with my ALIX board… A simple solution for me was to place a command in the POST BOOT SCRIPT


    /etc/init.d/ntp restart

    Maybe this works for you??

    PS: I have a OpenVPN LAN2LAN connection… I never had the problem that it did not come up after reboot.

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