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Old 12-23-2004, 12:55 PM   #1
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IP Cop 1.4 multiple green zones

I am setting up a firewall for a client who requires two private lans to access the internet using ADSL. I am using IPCop 1.4 as it has a green zone and a blue zone. They are on different IP subnets to ensure privacy. The green zone works fine, but the blue zone does not connect to the internet. (Although the blue zone is for wireless it is now used on a wired network - as the method of connecting the clients to the server is the only difference.
Anyone got any idea what is wrong?
If this is not the right way, then anyone got other suggestions?

Old 12-24-2004, 06:18 AM   #2
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Had a hunt around the IP Cop forums etc etc as I think I've heard this before somewhere ...
anyway did you configure the blue access admin web page correctly, look up page 44 of the admin guide. you must input the MAC address of any machine or WAP you want to connect to the internet.
hope this helps


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