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Closing Ports on IPCop 10 years 1 month ago #17586

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Hey Guys

I was using GFI port scanner on my ipcop box and i would like to know how do i close port 800. The scanner told me its open remotely

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Re: Closing Ports on IPCop 10 years 1 month ago #17587

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Port 800 is the port used by Squid on IPCOP. It is meant to be open if you've enabled the Proxy service. I assume you scanned your internal network.
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Ok 10 years 1 month ago #17618

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Thanks! Thats makes sense, ok this is my last question towards proxy connection, when i enable the proxy, in my web browser, what ip address do i use to proxy my connection. Do i use my Green Nic address.
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Re: Closing Ports on IPCop 10 years 1 month ago #17621

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Do i use my Green Nic address.
Yes.
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