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  • in reply to: pfSense #1455
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    Awesome news! Looking forward to use pfSense on the bin. Now I need to wait to get it for my moving to complete …. in about 6 weeks.

    What are skills are needed to debug pfsense? At the level of kernel driver debugging?

    I have done debugging and modifications to openWRT solutions (ITUS Shield) as the creators stopped supporting it.

    in reply to: Good candidate for router+nas ? #701
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    Hi Mika

    My needs are similar to yours:

    WAN connection (xDSL modem, connected on the wan port)
    WAN2 connection (backup? USB 4G dongle (or 4G router in bridge mode))

    Firewall + IDS + SNORT
    DHCP server
    router/gateway: possibility to route internet traffic to 4G or xDSL, depending on source IP or destination port

    WIFI acces point (using pci-e wifi card) or external AccessPoint
    LAN connection

    samba / OMV / NAS [b]ligth[/b] server

    but not a media/headless server
    transmisison + sickrage
    TV-Headend server

    the reason is that i want to make sure that the prime functions (routing + FW) always work while the secondary functions might flood the connection / CPU.

    in reply to: Molex to SATA power adapter #619
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    Has anyone found an integrated solution for power and sata for this situation? Something like https://www.amazon.com/s?field-keywords=SAS729PW18 but with a female MOLEX header on it?

    in reply to: Molex to SATA power adapter #618
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    I just used an old molex splitter, ignored the male end on it and just used the 2 female ends. Works fine for me.

    in reply to: Fedora 26 running(sortof) #615
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    I have pasted my .config here https://pastebin.com/mTKqspE1

    It is what I am currently using for my home router on 4.12-rc7

    It does not have MMC or wifi yet.

    in reply to: EsresspBin forum/website – WordPress #592
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    i vote for a HTTPS site…

    in reply to: Can someone make a better guide for Ubuntu? #591
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    Slab,
    Yo da man! You made it easy, all I had to do is find the equivalent for the OSX.

    Any idea how I can install additional packages for Ubuntu Server 16? Apt-get just moans that a lot of dependencies are missing…

    Thanks,
    0000

    in reply to: Performance (Router) #584
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    @kyril77

    I think you’re right about the topaz <-> cpu bandwidth being only 1 gigabit via a RGMII lane that is seperate from the 3 SERDES lanes servicing, mini pciex, usb 3, and sata

    This post backs that up

    in reply to: pfSense #524
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    No updates yet, see the links in the first post. Hopefully sometimes tThompson/tkaiser will add support for pfsense to new SBCs. No word from them yet.

    in reply to: Does power over usb work? #481
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    I haven’t used my espressobin yet – no time so far – so this is pure theoretical.

    http://espressobin.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ESPRESSObin_V4_Schematics.pdf

    There is a schematic which shows both the 12V jack and the usb power line “+USB5V”.

    Through the chip UP7534DMA5-15 the microusb powers ONLY the +5V line.
    +12V from the jack goes to J4 (BIT5 – MOLEX) and to the chip RT6220 – a buck converter – to feed the +5V line.

    So it should work – if your 5V 2A powersupply is of good quality. With RaspberryPi there are a lot of issues with powersupplies rated for 5V/2A but can barely manage 1A

    in reply to: External Power Supply #480
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    Hi Cristian,

    it’s a standard power jack

    5.5×2.1mm
    standard configuration: Core = + , Outside = GND/-
    12V @2A

    in reply to: pfSense #462
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    Awesome!

    in reply to: External Power Supply #460
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    Hi Cristian,

    I think it’s a standard barrel jack (5.5×2.1mm). Let me check tonight when I am back home from work.

    Hans

    in reply to: MicroSD Card SDR104 mode #439
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    According to the FAQ there are no limit within the specs. I haven’t tested it yet.

    SD CARDS AND STORAGE

    What minimal size of SD card do I need?

    No size limitation on our end, we will support any SDHC card that meets the specifications.

    What max size of SD card can it support?

    No size limitation on our end, we will support any SDHC card that meets the specifications.

    Having said it, in other SoC forums, like https://forum.pine64.org, there are a lot of people running into SD card quality issues. Not every USH-1 / class 10 cards are the same and worked well with that platform.

    http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards#Performance gives some information how to test read/write speeds with sdcards.

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    There seems to be something more recent in /drivers/crypto/marvell/cesa.c, but the of_matches do not seem to fit for armada-3700:

    static const struct of_device_id mv_cesa_of_match_table[] = {
    { .compatible = “marvell,orion-crypto”, .data = &orion_caps },
    { .compatible = “marvell,kirkwood-crypto”, .data = &kirkwood_caps },
    { .compatible = “marvell,dove-crypto”, .data = &kirkwood_caps },
    { .compatible = “marvell,armada-370-crypto”, .data = &armada_370_caps },
    { .compatible = “marvell,armada-xp-crypto”, .data = &armada_xp_caps },
    { .compatible = “marvell,armada-375-crypto”, .data = &armada_xp_caps },
    { .compatible = “marvell,armada-38x-crypto”, .data = &armada_xp_caps },
    {}
    };

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