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Hi all very new here so sorry if this is not clear. Has anyone here ever setup smoothwall with more than two nic cards in it. I have my red and Green working fine just cant get the other two to do anything.
My router supplies me with a 192.168.1 address
my red card is 192.168.2.
and my green card is 192.168.3
This all works fine.
I have two other cards installed in the machine with IP addresses
and my Purple is 192.168.4.
now my purple does give out addresses in that range, but I cant connect to the internet I cant ping via IP or name.
I must be missing something very stupid. Any help would be great.
Yes my Wan is connected to the Red
my local network is connected to the green
I have nothing connected to either the orange or purple as yet
but I was testing the Purple to see if I could get out to the internet, and it does give me an ip in the correct range ie 192.168.4 but I cant connect to the internet from this nic. now I know this connection will be used for my wifi router, but I just did a test and connected a pc to it to see if I was getting out. is this ok