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Old 04-26-2006, 08:46 PM   #1
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IPCop - The Bad Pocket Stop Here - Problem

Dear All,

I just manage to install IPcop 1.4.10 released onto a Dell machine with 4 NIC
Installation n Configuration preety straight foward and i didnt encountered any problem. Below my configuration

1. Green Interface ---
2. Blue Interface ---
3. Orange Interface ----
4 Red Interface ----

On the IPcop i manage to configure the blue interface to allowed certain IP to remotely access to IPcop.
For example, I used a notebook which had an ip of ( connect to the IPcop without a problem.(using a cross cable from my notebook to the dell machine)

But when i try to access using this IP 172.23.37.x remotely show page cannot be display on my explorer although the particular ip address n mac had been inserted on the IPcop?
172.17.x.x is my backbone. No firewall between my notebook n the ipcop. i am able to ping the ipcop but unable to remotely access the ipcop. SSH,81,445,222 had been enabled on the IPcop

Do i need to configure anything other than that?

Thanks, your help really appreciate.


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