Well I did a little more testing and it does not appear to be a
problem with DG. As I was testing things last night I was getting
inconsistent results. The first computer I was at is behind a cheap 4
port hub and it appears to be causing some problems. I moved to a
computer that is connected to the main switch on the network and got
I now think that it may be a problem with squid. I can upload mail
attachments for both hotmail and yahoo as long as they are less than 1
MB in size. It does not matter if DG is enabled, a file over 1 MB in
size does not get passed from the server to the web. I used tcpdump
on the external NIC and if the file is greater than 1 mb there is no
activity showing the file being sent. If it is less than 1 MB tcpdump
show the file being sent immediately.
Looks like it is time to look at how Squid is set up. Any other
Thanks for the help.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "klesko3" <klesko3@y...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "Sean Hurley" <shurley@t...>
> > > Forgot that one, No, turning off AV scan does NOT help.
> > Then could it be as simple as the file extension? With Hotmail I am
> > able to send a file attachment no problem. Could it be the problem
> > had earlier with the setting of '0' for maxcontentsize?
> I'll have to check out the file extention.
> I have maxcontentFILTERsize = 256 Is this the same as maxcontentsize?
> I don't have a maxcontentsize in my dansguardian.conf file.
> maxuploadsize = -1 (no blocking)