Tried it on SG565. Interface seems to work almost as twice faster than 4.0.5
However under the load PPPoE session constantly drops and wouldn't reconnect until you do the hard reboot.
I've got a TSR let me know if you want it.
Rolled back to 4.0.5 waiting for 4.5.0 b1
Thank you for having a look at 4.5.
Yes, a TSR would be good.
Perhaps via the 'private message' method.
The upgrades to the interface monitoring daemon ifmond are well worth a look.
The ability to tie IPSec tunnels to specific Internet links in failover scenarios makes IPSec failover available to many more customers.
It also adds the ability to easily integrate IPSec tunnels over the Internet, and dedicated layer 2 links, in failover scenarios.
If you get the chance give it a go, we would welcome your experiences with this feature, as well as your configuration questions....after trying the online help of course ( as we welcome feedback on that as well )
I've rebooted the unit and the issue is still there!
Uptime 5 hours, 31 minutes, 14 seconds.
Switch A A LAN, Static, 192.168.6.1 up for 29 d 11 h
I loaded it onto our SG565 and within half an hour we lost routing on our ethernet ports. The Wifi AP worked fine, just no ethernet at all. Rest from scratch and same problem. I had to take it back to 4.0.5.