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ipcop use 10 years 10 months ago #13024

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I have done all I can but I cannot get my pc to browse . How do I connect my PC to the internet with IPCOP as the firewall.
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Re: ipcop use 10 years 10 months ago #13028

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Let us have details of the equipment in your internet path. Also a simple thing to check. If your PC is connected directly to your IPCOP GREEN NIC, it will need to be connected with a "cross-over" cable instead of a "straight-through" cable.
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Re: ipcop use 10 years 10 months ago #13036

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My equipment
Router speedstream 4200 ADSL ETHERNET CONNECTED
Fixed IP
Network Hub
Pc OS Win xp pro
IpCOP 1.4
DHCP enabled on IPCOP
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Re: ipcop use 10 years 10 months ago #13049

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Is your PC successfully acquiring an IP address from the IPCOP? Test by typing "ipconfig /all" at the command prompt. If it is acquiring an IP address, try pinging both your IPCOP, GREEN and RED interfaces as well as your router's internal interface in order to confirm connectivity all the way to the gateway.
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Re: ipcop use 10 years 10 months ago #13050

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Yes My PC acquires the ip address from IPCOP Yes I ping the green interface and the internal gateway But i did not ping the red interface nor the fixed ip address. :(
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Re: ipcop use 10 years 10 months ago #13051

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Is your router in NAT or bridged mode? Also, have you assigned your IPCOP's RED interface a static address or is it acquired by DHCP from the router?
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