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TOPIC: IPCOP AND DMZ

IPCOP AND DMZ 11 years 2 months ago #22141

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Does anyone know where i can find a how to guide on configuring my web server using ipcop. I currently have a DFL-200 router that seems at this moment impossible to configure. If anyone has experience doing this, im open to all feedback.

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Re: IPCOP AND DMZ 11 years 2 months ago #22167

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All you need to do is to add an extra NIC to your IPCOP. Then access the console and run the "setup" program and configure the new card as the "Orange"/DMZ zone NIC. Any machines behind this zone will automatically have access to the internet via "RED". However, you will need to use port forwarding to allow traffic from the internet to machines in the DMZ. Check out ipcop.org/1.4.0/en/admin/html/section-firewall.html .

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Thanks again Dalight, you shined da light on the subject. I will give it ago. My last question is, once i do what you stated in the previous response, thats when i purchase a domain. for example www.Halo2world.com and attach my isp ip address to it.

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Re: IPCOP AND DMZ 11 years 2 months ago #22196

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Didn't quite get your last question, but before you purchase the domain name, make sure that you can access your web server by typing in the IP assigned by your ISP. Let us know how it goes or if you have any more questions.
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