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Hi,

Is the dschieldpfsense script on github (https://github[.]com/jullrich/dshieldpfsense)still working on the current version of PFSense? The script was made for version 2.3 of PFsense and isn't update in the last 3 years.

I'm working with PFSense 2.4.5-P1.

I hope someone can tell me. I have no test environment to check this and downtime isn't an option with kids arround in corana time ;-)

Thanks in advance.
Bas
bas.auer@auerplace.nl

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Quoting bas.auer@auerplace.nl:Hi,

Is the dschieldpfsense script on github (github[.]com/jullrich/…)still working on the current version of PFSense? The script was made for version 2.3 of PFsense and isn't update in the last 3 years.

I'm working with PFSense 2.4.5-P1.

I hope someone can tell me. I have no test environment to check this and downtime isn't an option with kids arround in corana time ;-)

Thanks in advance.
Bas


The script does not work out of the box because PHP has been upgraded for a while. Ex: the split() function is now deprecated.
I'll see if the script can be easily upgraded.
Xme

609 Posts
ISC Handler
I just add a quick look at the script and fixed it (well it works on my pfSense :-)
Here is my fork:
github.com/xme/…
(I'll merge with the official repo)
Xme

609 Posts
ISC Handler
Hi,

First of, happy new year.

Thanks for the working script.

When it works, it does a great job.

But every time I change something in my pFsense config, script is changed back to not executable. And it looks like everytime I reboot it changes too. (I reboot every week during maintenance window).

I then have to chmod +x again and the script start working again, till the next change on the system.

Is there a way the script doesn't need the "x" bit?

Bas
Anonymous

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It looks like they are pushing changes all the time. https://github.com/pfsense/pfsense/commits/master

When was the last time you updated?

Also another possibility is that they are pushing professional services more and aren't using internal resources as much to develop the public version?
Anonymous

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Hi,

Sorry for the late response.

It is indeed already fixed. This thread can be closed.

Thanks for all the replies and help.

Bas
Anonymous

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Quoting Anonymous:Hi,

Sorry for the late response.

It is indeed already fixed. This thread can be closed.

Thanks for all the replies and help.

Bas

greate
Anonymous

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