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TOPIC: IPCop with Cop+ Content Filtering over VLAN's / Mutiple Nets

IPCop with Cop+ Content Filtering over VLAN's / Mutiple Nets 10 years 10 months ago #12631

I am using IPCop with Cop+ for content filtering, and I am trying filter 2 networks using one box.

www
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pix (I am a managed network so I can't use it)
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IPCop
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Cisco 2600 (Again not mine)
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| Primary net | Second Net over V.35 Cable
| 192.168.0.X | 192.168.1.X
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Switch (Not mine) | Router (Not mine either)
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| Switch (Don't own that)
Lan | Lan that I am trying to filer 192.168.2.X


The filter works over the 192.168.0.X network, but as a managed client, I can't get a layer 3 switch. It's two buildings across the street and they didn't want to pay 48,000$ just for the permit to dig a trench so I run a frame circut (pvc) to the primary net. Is it possible to use just one IPCop box for the filtering or do I have to have a second one on the 192.168.2.X network? I have traffic going through IPCop for both nets (setup in routing tables) and it almost works, https sites aren't getting through. Any help with this would be appreciated.
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