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  1. I just did a Windows 10 1903 VM on 6.7.2, and using noVNC through the web gui am even able to achieve 1920x1080 by going to Device Manager, and updating the Windows Basic Driver to virtio-win-0.1.1\qxldod\w10\amd64\ My display adapter is now Red Hat QXL controller. What issue are you having?
  2. I haven't ever seen port blocking from within a router as a practice. Because to defeat the block, you'd just change routers. Comcast on non-business blocks 80 at a level before the connection to the home. I would assume they would continue that practice for other ports they want blocked. Connecting once and then not again sounds like a configuration issue, not an adaptive and learning process within the router (which is what it would have to be to allow once, and then decide to block.)
  3. If it is a Comcast thing you should still be able to do that same port scan behind pfSense, using the same methodology as the other ports. If not, it's a configuration issue.
  4. If you set your rules in pfSense to block inbound LAN except on the ports you want open, you'll block his inbound (like Chromecast) even if on the same network.
  5. It seems like you've got pretty open control on landlord's router, so why not disable pfsense's DHCP, and get IPs from the landlord's router? Static your IPs, and create your rules in pfsense using LAN as source and destination. You'll remove your double NAT, and still get your protection.
  6. Can you upload a picture of your firewall rules? Because you shouldn't be port forwarding in pfSense, but allowing through on the firewall tab. So my rules are like: Allow IPv4 UDP 1194 WAN Block IPv4+6 WAN Allow IPv4+6 LAN So I block all incoming to WAN, except OpenVPN, and that rule needs to be above my block incoming. And then I allow everything from LAN out. That's a basic configuration. Can you also look at your routes: Should be System->Routing. Your new router could be sending IPv6 downstream, and you aren't picking it up or including it in your firewall rules.
  7. I think it's just your double NAT getting the final target port all out of wack, and would just stick with DMZ and block all inbound, and open ports as needed in pfSense. The double NAT already complicates things, I wouldn't add an additional complication if not needed.
  8. Just for testing, are you allowed to set your pfsense box as the DMZ IP on your landlord's router? That at least would throw everything at you, and you could go from there.
  9. Can you explain your setup? His Router (DHCP) -> His devices -> vLan -> pfSense (your DHCP) -> switch and wireless ap -> your devices Something like that?
  10. The drive started with a rufus wipe, using non-bootable as selection, FAT32 with 8192 bytes. Another attempt, I used disk management inside Windows 10 and did non quick format on the drive before one of the installs. So I don't think it was that. But I can't know without more testing.
  11. This isn't a support thread, as I've solved the problem, but I thought maybe someone might have a comment on a curious scenario. I have a SanDisk Fit 16 gb drive that I was using to spin up a new unRaid box, but every time I booted it I got the bond0 - Module not found error (from the below thread) So the OS was loaded in to memory, but then the USB couldn't be mounted back, so it was basically a blank OS with no configs, and wouldn't pick up an IP or anything. I tried three computers, every USB port, all kinds of things. Three or four versions of unRaid. With the installer, straight copy. FAT32 with every different block size. Everything Ultimately I decided it was a bad USB and I went with a PNY 16 gb. I flashed it and booted up fine. But on a whim (because I want the FIT so it doesn't stick out), I shut the box down and cloned the PNY to the SanDisk, and now everything boots up fine on the SanDisk. I got trial key for it, updated settings. Shut down. Brought it back up. No problems. Why in the world? Why would the flash to the USB fail, but the clone from one that booted work?
  12. Gonna mark as solved because I think it is due to missing a BIOS update. I have another one of these to do, so hopefully I remember, when it becomes time.
  13. I'm trying to spin up a second unRaid. I've got the same USB as another 6.7.2. I downloaded the Windows USB flash creator. I set Customize. I set allow UEFI boot. I put in my server name. I put in my static IP and information. I can open the flash drive and see the network.cfg file inside the boot directory. But when I boot the drive, I get assigned an IPv4 address: 169.254.180.99 What address is this? I go into the config directory, and the only folder is ssh. Nothing about my network.cfg. I swear that 10 minutes ago I saw a rc1/rc2 pop up in the flash creator. I almost want to just clone my other USB, but I think it's going to lead to problems with the GUID.
  14. Creating a certificate_bundle.pem in /boot/config/ssl/certs and using a wildcard certificate will result in a Nginx configuration error in /etc/nginx/conf.d/emhttp-servers.conf It looks like that the common name of the cert is being used in the configuration, around like 40, in this section: # # Redirect http requests to https # listen *:80 default_server; listen [::]:80 default_server; return 302 https://*.example.com:443$request_uri; Changing this from https://*.example.com to https://subdomain.example.com and running nginx -s reload will fix the issue. The issue is that port 80 redirects result in a corrupted content error in FireFox. Have not tested other browers.
  15. Long shot, but just curious. If you right click on Windows icon and go to Settings -> Network & Internet -> Change Adapter Options and double click your Wifi connection, what is your speed listed as? I lost power last week for a few days, and lost some router configs, and my channel width was all set back to 20 MHz and I was connecting in at 72 Mbps on some devices.