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itGeeks

 

Wow.  This is impressive.

 

NG Firewall Complete includes:

 

NG Firewall Complete includes all of our paid NG Firewall applications:

 

Dave -- Sounds like a good episode for a HSS podcast :)

Have installed it yet? Looking forward to what you think about it.

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psykix

Thanks for the update. Are you running UT in a VM? If yes how much CPU & RAM did you give it? How many devices are on your network?

 

In all fairness the last XG update did fix some of the problems that we where having such as the 'web filter' and IPS can now be active without braking streaming on mobile devices but we still cant have http scanning enabled because that still brakes Netflix steaming to mobile devices. That said I am still having to bypass my desktop computer to download and install new Windows 10 insider builds.

 

I deployed it in a VM using their OVA template.

 

It has 4Gb RAM allocated, (default was 2Gb) and is showing 40% utilisation. CPU is 2 cores - it doing next to nothing CPU wise.

 

Here's a screenshot of my dashboard :-

 

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itGeeks

I deployed it in a VM using their OVA template.

 

It has 4Gb RAM allocated, (default was 2Gb) and is showing 40% utilisation. CPU is 2 cores - it doing next to nothing CPU wise.

 

Here's a screenshot of my dashboard :-

 

Ldc0Wwl.png

Thanks for the info. How much disk space did you allocate? Looks like 10GB??

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psykix

It's thin provisioned. It was allocated 8Gb, but VMware recently increased it to 10Gb.

 

It has 7.92Gb - the figure on the orange bar is the total storage, not the currently used storage.

 

I don't think Untangle has picked up the change though - may require a reboot.

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itGeeks

It's thin provisioned. It was allocated 8Gb, but VMware recently increased it to 10Gb.

Thanks for the quick response, Now it makes sense. I saw on the minimum specs hard drive should be 80GB. You don't see any problem with doing 'thin provisioning'?

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psykix

It's 80Gb thin provisioned. That's all it has used so far.

 

I need to check if it picks up the change after a reboot - if not then I guess thin provisioning ain't a good idea :-p


Can confirm that after a reboot it hasn't picked up the storage change.

 

I guess I need to check with them about that then...

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Dave

Dave -- Sounds like a good episode for a HSS podcast :)

Have installed it yet? Looking forward to what you think about it.

 

Absolutely. I'm counting on PCDoc to install it first though! 

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Big Worm

Perfect timing.  Getting ready to rebuild my Untangle box.  I use it in Bridge mode with pfSense in front of it.  I really like it a lot.  This new version and the pricing seems really good!

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snapper

I deployed it in a VM using their OVA template.

 

 

I'm going to do this tonight on my ESXI6 host - any gotchas to be aware of?

 

 

I did try an install last night to my bare-metal UTM9 PC (after putting a spare disk in) but it seems UT doesnt support ASIX USB lan dongles, whereas UTM9 does, so it only detected a single ethernet port.

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psykix

I'm going to do this tonight on my ESXI6 host - any gotchas to be aware of?

 

 

I did try an install last night to my bare-metal UTM9 PC (after putting a spare disk in) but it seems UT doesnt support ASIX USB lan dongles, whereas UTM9 does, so it only detected a single ethernet port.

 

Other than the fact that I should possibly have thick provisioned instead of thin, it's smooth sailing :-)

 

I'm using an IBM 4 port NIC card though, not a USB adapter.

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