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  • SpinRite v6.1 Release #3
    Guest:
    The 3rd release of SpinRite v6.1 is published and may be obtained by all SpinRite v6.0 owners at the SpinRite v6.1 Pre-Release page. (SpinRite will shortly be officially updated to v6.1 so this page will be renamed.) The primary new feature, and the reason for this release, was the discovery of memory problems in some systems that were affecting SpinRite's operation. So SpinRite now incorporates a built-in test of the system's memory. For the full story, please see this page in the "Pre-Release Announcements & Feedback" forum.
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Simon Zerafa

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Sep 18, 2020
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Hi Steve,

I'm sure you have had a new messages on this but it looks interesting and just a the right topic for the main section of an upcoming SN podcast

https://samy.pl/slipstream/

If the show notes supported animations then the diagram on Samy page would be perfect 🙂

Kind Regards

Simon
 
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For the ubiquiti edge routers you use the following command (there are several modules)

set system conntrack modules x disable
 
A bonus for the SIP ALG ... most if not all VoIP providers want you to disable SIP ALG anyway since they are unpredictable and unreliable. It is far easier for the VoIP provider to handle seeing the internal IP addresses in the SIP payload and just knowing how to deal with that.

https://kb.intermedia.net/Article/3013 as an example!