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Home user of ClearOS. Electrical engineer. Amateur Radio enthusiast.


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Drew Vonada-Smith
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David replied to the topic Re: Destination Routes in the forums.
Thanks Nick

Anyone else??
10:51 AM
David created a new topic Destination Routes in the forums.
Hello Everyone, I have looked and looked for the answer to my problem.

I need to route to a network of servers out on the internet.

My setup

eth2 Verizon FiOS 25Mbs Down / 25Mbs Up. Primary, Weight 75
eth3 Time Warner Cable 50Mbs Down / 3Mbs Up. Backup, Weight 1

eth0 LAN0
eth1 LAN1

I would to route all outbound traffic going to through TWC eth3.

I followed the guide below and added "ip route add dev eth3"

It doesn't work.
Any help would be great.

Thanks, David

Be you ask why, Verizon drops UDP packets. So VoIP doesn't work well on FiOS.
08:40 AM
1 week ago
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Ben Chambers replied to the topic Re:Failed to bind to LDAP server in the forums.

First, make sure you have all updates applied:

yum upgrade

If you have any dependencies issues, solve those first before you go on to the suggestions below. There was an update to the 6.6 upgrade that contained a patch where LDAP permissions were wrong.

Sometimes it's as simple as stopping slapd a few times and then starting it up.

service slapd stop
service slapd stop
service slapd start

Also, make sure there are no hanging PID's around that relate to LDAP:

ps afxw | grep ldap

If you see any, you can 'kill -9 xxx' where xxx is the PID of the process related to LDAP/SLAPD.

There's also a help page here.

Finally, if nothing is working for you, you could reload from your latest config backup, provided you have one.

Mar 15
Ben Chambers replied to the topic Re:Cloudstor clients in the forums.
Hi Shaun.

Marcel's advice is good....if you have enough clients and the interest, there is the potential for you to host your own remote backup node locally and for your clients use, exclusively.

You provide the infrastructure/hosting and license the back end remote backup from ClearCenter. In this way, all backup/restore operations would never leave SA.

Mar 14
2 weeks ago
Ben Chambers replied to the topic Re:ClearOS 6.6.0 Beta Thread in the forums.

I've just looked at the ClearCARE support queue and I'm not seeing any open issues that seem to have been related to the 6.6 roll-out.

Granted, it didn't go perfectly and we're looking at ways in v7 to be able to stagger the updates so we can have the same sort of QC process that is in place and successful in normal updates (eg. goes to Community firs for testingt unless security-related and deemed urgent, in which case it's reversed), however, any Pro users who had problems were handled by the ClearCenter support team (not on Community forums but through the support ticket queue).

If you have any issues related to 6.6 update and are on Professional, please, throw us a ticket, even if you don't have a subscription that includes support. At least it will be logged and reviewed by the devel team, and if we've broken something for the masses, we'll fix it...we're not going to ding you for per-incident costs. That would be...dirty.

We can't fix what we don't know about.

Mar 09
Ben Chambers replied to the topic Re:Network Visualizer not loading in the forums.
That app is a wrapper for 'jnettop'. What happens when you use the command line. As root, run:


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