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ipcop 11 years 9 months ago #26503

i have already installed ipcop, and configured the cards now i;m a bit in a sticky position cause i'm kinda lost i'm open to all suggestions..... where to go from there...... isdn and stuff

Re: ipcop 11 years 7 months ago #27090

what exactly are you trying to do? and is not really necessary but what Linux distro are you using?

Re: ipcop 11 years 6 months ago #27408

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Actually, setting up IpCop is not that difficult. You just need to understand what goals you want to have with your network. You need to firs design your network and decide what would IpCop's part would be in your network. You must know your parameters first in order to setup IpCop properly. read each instructions of the IpCop installation procedures.

To get you going, you may refer to this for some insights and tutorials

hope this helps.

ipcop 11 years 6 months ago #27435

don't bother with ipcop. use pfsense ( it is waay superior.

i've ran several years with both ipcop and smoothwall and neither can hold a candle to pfesense.

give it a shot and see what you think.

and to what the others have said, tell us what you are trying to accomplish, connection details, etc...
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