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For geographies outside the core Census hierarchy, GEOIDs will uniquely identify geographic units but will only include IDs of parent geographies to the degree to which they nest within them. For example, a geography that nests within states but may cross county boundaries like school districts will include the state GEOID in its GEOID but unique digits after that. Geographies like core-based statistical areas that do not nest within states will have fully unique GEOIDs, independent of any other geographic level of aggregation such as states.
If you want a standalone open-source full packet capture (FPC) system with metadata parsing and searching, then Arkime is the solution! Full packet capture systems allow network and security analysts to see exactly what happen from a network point of view. Since Arkime is open-source, you have complete control of the deployment and architecture. There are other FPC systems available.
The core Arkime team does not support or recommend self-signed certificates, although it is possible to make them work. We suggest using your cost savings from using a commercial full capture product to purchase certificates. Wildcard certificates are now inexpensive, and you can even choose free Lets Encrypt certificates. Members of the Arkime Slack workspace may be willing to help out, but the core developers may just link to this answer. Private CA certificates will have the same issues and solutions as self-signed certificates.
Periodic Packet Progress Jan 01 01:01:01 packet.c:1185 moloch_packet_log(): packets: 3911000000 current sessions: 41771/45251 oldest: 0 - recv: 4028852297 drop: 123 (0.00) queue: 1 disk: 2 packet: 3 close: 4 ns: 5 frags: 0/1988 pstats: 4132185901/1/2/3/4/5/6 Jan 01 01:01:01Date packet.c:1185File Name:Line Number moloch_packet_logFunction Name packets: 39110000003911000000 packets are going to be processed by the packet queues. These packets have made it past corrupt checks, packet-drop-ips checks, and are ones we most likely understand. current session: 41771/4525141771 monitored sessions of the current session type (usually tcp)45251 monitored sessions total oldest: 0In the current session type queue, the oldest session should be idled out in 0 seconds recv: 40288522974028852297 packets have been received by the interface since process start, as reported by the reader's stats api drop: 123123 packets have been dropped by the interface, as reported by the reader's stats api (0.00)0.00% packets have been dropped by the interface, as reported by the reader's stats api queue: 11 bulk request is waiting to be sent to the OpenSearch/Elasticsearch servers, each bulk request may hold multiple sessions disk: 22 disk buffers writes are outstanding, each buffer will hold multiple packets packet: 33 packets are waiting to be processed in all the packet queues close: 44 tcp sessions have been marked for closing (RST/FIN), waiting on last few packets ns: 55 sessions are ready to be saved but there is a plugin that is doing async work, such as WISE frags: 0/1988always 01988 current ip frags waiting to be matched pstats: 4132185901/1/2/3/4/5/6 4132185901 packets successfully sent to a packet queue 1 packet dropped because of packet-drop-ips config 2 packets dropped because the packet queues were overloaded 3 packets dropped because they were corrupt 4 packets dropped because how to process was unknown to us 5 packets dropped because of ipport rules 6 packets dropped because of packet deduping (2.7.1 enablePacketDedup)
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Conditions:-- IPsec IKEv1 tunnel in use.-- Changes made to IPsec IKEv1 tunnel on the Standby BIG-IP device, which are then sync'd to the Active BIG-IP device.-- And/or a full config sync from the Standby to Active BIG-IP system.
Workaround:-- Do not make changes to IPsec IKEv1 tunnels on the Standby device.-- Avoid full syncs from Standby to Active.How to recover when the problem occurs:-- Disable the affected ike-peer and re-enable it.
Symptoms:When you attempt to create a third software volume (slot) on a BIG-IP device, a 'disk full' error occurs:HD1.3 BIG-IP 16.1.0 0.0.1481 no failed (Disk full (volume group). See SOL#10636) yes
Conditions:- A BIG-IP system running more than 1 TMM instance.- Early during its startup process, TMM begins receiving traffic from the Linux host subsystem destined to the network (e.g., remote syslog traffic routed to its destination through TMM).- Depending on the system's configuration, TMM attempts to set up flow forwarding for the aforementioned traffic. This may happen, for instance, if the egress VLAN is configured for 'cmp-hash src-ip'.- TMM hasn't fully completed its startup process yet.
Fix:BIG-IP now fully implements draft-thomson-quic-bit-grease-00, an optional extension that allows the second bit in each QUIC packet to be a random value instead of always '1', if the client requests it.
Behavior Change:BIG-IP now fully implements draft-thomson-quic-bit-grease-00, an optional extension that allows the second bit in each QUIC packet to be a random value instead of always '1', if the client requests it.This should have no impact on endpoints, but it will help to preserve future extensibility of the protocol.If users wish to disable this function, they can set the db variable quic.bit.grease to 'disable'. When disabled, BIG-IP will neither advertise the ability to accept values other than '1', nor will it send values other than '1'. It will reject packets that set it to '0'.The reasons to disable would be that (1) something in the path is dropping packets with the greased bit, or (2) future evaluation of the draft shows that this in some way introduces a security or preformance regression.
Symptoms:Installation fails with a 'Disk full (volume group)' error in var/log/liveinstall.log:error: tm_install::Process::Process_full_install -- predicted size for BIGIP14125 is 12315728, current location size is 11120640, and vg has 0 remaining.
Symptoms:HTTP/2 Clone pools are not working when the Clone Pool (Server) option is selected. This issue occurs when a HTTP/2 profile (Server) or HTTP/2 full-proxy configuration is enabled and an HTTP/2 clone pool is set on a virtual server. This issue prevents traffic from being copied to the appropriate clone pool member.
Conditions:A virtual server provisioned with the following configuration:--HTTP/2 default pool.--HTTP/2 clone pool (server).--HTTP/2 profile (server) or HTTP/2 profile full-proxy configuration.
Symptoms:There there are thousands of FQDN nodes and thousands of pools that have FQDN pool members, mcpd can run out of memory during a full config sync.The mcpd process might fail and restart or it might remain running but have its virtual memory so fragmented that queries to mcpd might fail to allocate memory.One of signs that this has occurred is a non-zero free_fail count in the tmstat table vmem_kstat.
Impact:With longer SSL profile names, the full name is not visible. Even the default, provided profiles, such as crypto-server-default-clientssl and crypto-client-default-serverssl, are truncated.Note: The fields remain at the limited width even when the browser window is maximized.
Fix:An internal config parameter is now available to work around this issue. In order to use the workaround, you must enable a db variable.To enable the workaround, run the following command from the CLI on every device in the device group:------------------------------------# /usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add force_legacy_ltm_policy 1Operation completed successfully. Don't forget to restart ASM to apply changes.------------------------------------NOTE: In this specific case, ASM restart is not required, despite the fact that a message says it is.
Behavior Change:There is now an internal config parameter that enables a workaround for this issue. In order to use the workaround, you must enable a db variable.To enable the workaround, run the following command from the CLI on every device in the device group:------------------------------------# /usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add force_legacy_ltm_policy 1Operation completed successfully. Don't forget to restart ASM to apply changes.------------------------------------NOTE: In this specific case, ASM restart is not required, despite the fact that a message says it is.
Conditions:Shows the following statements during the installation:Successfully set SafeNet HSM for use with 'fipskey.nethsm'. Registering SafeNet HSM in the BIG-IP config ...> Setting Thales HSM for use with 'fipskey.nethsm' ... Registering Thales HSM in BIG-IP config ...