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1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:30 pm
by ispyisail
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

WARNING: DO NOT PRESERVE SETTINGS

Now includes packages

Do not install on 4MB routers

1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21
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Changelog
(see creation date for commit date)

https://github.com/ericpaulbishop/gargo ... its/master

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2019 6:06 am
by ispyisail
added the magnet

Can only do it when I get home

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2019 12:50 pm
by RomanHK
Yes, the date and time display is governed by the System - Time setting, good work, thank you ...

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 8:31 am
by JohnPeterson
upgrade worked fine on a Linksys WRT1900AC from prior ispy

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2019 5:22 pm
by edu
WDR4300 updated from previous ispy build.
Settings kept, nothing went wrong.
USB Plugin 'issue' persists (installed but not operational even after rebooting router/win10"
Uninstalling/Installing the plugin again worked like a charm.

Thanks for the new build!

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2019 4:20 pm
by ektus
Installed on my Archer C7 V2. Configured from scratch (well, mostly, copied over dhcp config and hosts), but am running into a problem with the firewall configuration.

I want to block some devices, but if I do so, save the setting and open it up again for editing, it switches back from "nothing allowed" to "everything allowed".

If I block everything but a single IP, the config seems to stick. Is this a misunderstanding of mine about how the firewall settings work, or a bug in the GUI?

Even with a setting to block everything but the global DNS, the restrictions seem not to work, as I can still see lots of active connections from the devices I want to block.

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2019 4:49 pm
by ektus
In language manager, when a second language is installed, the default language (english) can be selected, but the name isn't displayed in the list.

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2019 5:04 pm
by RomanHK
ektus wrote:I want to block some devices, but if I do so, save the setting and open it up again for editing, it switches back from "nothing allowed" to "everything allowed".

A screenshot and a more detailed description will help us.

ektus wrote:Even with a setting to block everything but the global DNS, the restrictions seem not to work, as I can still see lots of active connections from the devices I want to block.

What you see as an active connection are all connections through the router and do not explain LAN to WAN communication.

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2019 5:08 pm
by RomanHK
ektus wrote:In language manager, when a second language is installed, the default language (english) can be selected, but the name isn't displayed in the list.

Oh, I guess I already understood you. Sorry.

After rebooting the router:
Image

After pressing "Refresh Plugins":
Image

After the next reboot, the line is empty again.

Re: 1.11.0.x gargoyle-ispy 2019-April-13 21

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2019 12:47 am
by ektus
RomanHK wrote:
ektus wrote:I want to block some devices, but if I do so, save the setting and open it up again for editing, it switches back from "nothing allowed" to "everything allowed".

A screenshot and a more detailed description will help us.

ektus wrote:Even with a setting to block everything but the global DNS, the restrictions seem not to work, as I can still see lots of active connections from the devices I want to block.

What you see as an active connection are all connections through the router and do not explain LAN to WAN communication.


I want to prevent 192.168.0.13 from having any internet access (except DNS and NTP, if I can't redirect the latter to my local time server). I've set a firewall rule and additionally a quota of 1kB per month. BW distribution shows 0kB for today, but in "Connected hosts" there are constantly between 26 and 28 UDP connections and the connection list shows the following. Are those just connection attempts? If so, shouldn't those be filtered away if they are blocked by the firewall?

http://www.ektus.de/bilder/2019-04-24%2 ... k_rule.png

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      Current Connections

Refresh Rate: 10s

Bandwidth Units: Auto (Mixed))

Host Display: Display Host IPs

Connections between local hosts and the router are not displayed.
         
Proto*↓*   LAN Host/WAN Host**   Bytes Up/Down**   L7 Proto**
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
202.104.223.37:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
180.97.187.62:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
47.88.138.206:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
139.162.29.52:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
153.99.246.61:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
58.56.111.31:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
123.244.9.9:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
58.56.111.22:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
205.251.144.59:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
123.134.94.226:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
180.97.187.58:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
123.244.9.11:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
180.97.187.60:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
192.200.108.26:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
58.56.111.24:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
213.128.85.34:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
123.244.9.21:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
221.234.40.3:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
213.128.85.242:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
221.234.40.4:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
58.56.111.5:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
123.134.94.228:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
202.104.223.38:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
58.56.111.28:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.047 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9101
185.152.64.45:9310   109.844 kBytes
0.000 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9100
221.234.43.248:9110   98.043 kBytes
0.088 kBytes   
udp   192.168.0.13:9100
78.129.239.6:9110   98.043 kBytes
0.088 kBytes