[clug-talk] ipcop access to orange
poprzen at gmail.com
Tue Jul 4 18:01:53 PDT 2006
BTW, here is what IPCop's "orange mantra" says:
. Orange must be on a separate physical wire from Green (not on same
. Orange must be on a separate logical subnet.
. Orange cannot send nor respond to ICMP. (ie., PING).
. Orange must always use ISP DNS for name resolution.
. Orange must always point to the IPCop Orange interface as its gateway.
. Orange can be accessed from Green ONLY by it's internal IP address unless
/etc/hosts on IPCop is editted.
. Orange cannot access Green unless pinholes are opened.
. Orange can be port-forwarded to in exactly the same manner as Green.
I solved my problem with fourth point :)
On 7/4/06, Goran Poprzen <poprzen at gmail.com> wrote:
> When I setup my web server on orange interface, I had different problem:
> wasn't able to access internet from the box. Problem was that dns pointed to
> ipcop - had to be pointed to shaw dns servers. Regarding your problem there
> is a thread on http://www.ipcops.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&t=6817&sid=ffcefba9889cd835e4a96b44b7a85493
> I didn't go deep into this, you should check it. Hope this helps.
> On 7/4/06, Gustin Johnson <gustin at echostar.ca > wrote:
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> > Does anyone here have much experience with ipcop and an Orange (DMZ)
> > interface? The problem I am having is that one of the file servers is
> > in the DMZ, but none of the hosts in the green network can access the
> > file server (either with ping/icmp or by mounting drives as usual).
> > I have disabled all but the openvpn plugins.
> > Any ideas?
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