- Mar 14, 2016
Anyone upgraded yet? I'm excited about the new IPsec routing features and am hoping that the filterdns bug has been patched but they may have pushed that back to 2.4.5.
Same for me, more or less vanilla install of pfSense 2.4.3 dead in the water post update.Tried to update packages first and the first one was ACME, it crashed at updating, going to restore tomorrow from backup...
I feel your pain. Having pfSense die is annoying, although to be fair the way you can reinstall everything from scratch with just a single backup file is pretty awesome.Tried to update packages first and the first one was ACME, it crashed at updating, going to restore tomorrow from backup...
Can't say I had this problem, all my DHCP and DNS worked fine after. As much as I enjoy STH, suggest you ask for help on the Netgate/pfSense forum as there's probably way more people with expertise who could help you there, and imagine you want to get it fixed asap.I upgraded my SG-4860 last night. Upgrade seemed to go fine. However, now DNS is broken. I have to manually added DNS to my PCs and WiFi devices. All the settings look ok in pfsense. I even reloaded by backed up config. Anyone else seen this? I’m not a networking person by any means, but I’ve not had this problem before, and I’ve been using pfsense for about 3 years now.