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Pfsense Tunnel isn't actually disconnecting when rebooting pfsense?

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Good Morning,

 

I've noticed over the past week since i have started installing development version of pfsense (currently 2.4.5.a.20180918.0149):

 

i did this remotely at work yesterday and i lost internet at home entirely..

 

  since my network being down is quite a bad thing i started trying to fix it remotely.  spectrum has a feature to login to their site and reboot the modem.   i did that AND i logged into my airvpn account and under client area i disconnected my session.   5 minutes later my internet was backup.

 

this morning there was another update.   i applied the update and it automatically rebooted.  i lost connection again.    this time i simply disconnected my session under client area.     5 minutes later my connection was backup.

 

not pointing fingers at all here.   i just wanted to share my experience and hopefully this will save someone some driving

 

 

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UDP connections may seem to linger.  Use the option "explicit-exit-notify 5" to make UDP connections terminate nicely.

 

Also note, that option can't be used with TCP connections.

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