Internet <– Another firewall <—-> zeroshell —&

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  • #40779

    n0th1n6
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    Hi! Im a newbie here so greetings to all. I already have a firewall running in my current network however, it lacks the l7 feature and the QoS that comes with it is kinda messing with some of the applications that need internet connection. I am planning this config:


    public ip 10.0.0.x 10.0.0.x 192.168.98.x/23
    internet <
    > old firewall <
    > zeroshell <
    > LAN and vlans

    I am wondering if this will work just fine, no worry about latency, I simply need a way to filter p2p effectively. At the same time this machine will do some vlan routing :).

    Hope my explanation is clear 🙂

    Thanks

    #45881

    rochajoel
    Member

    Hi!

    i’m also interested in having this topology:

    192.168.0.0/24 <


    > 192.168.1.0/24 <


    > 192.168.2.0/24
    Internet <


    > Windows Server 2003 <


    > zeroshell <


    > AP <


    > Wifi RADIUS clients

    and i would like to administer it all from the Windows Server 2003 machine, is it possible?

    i already managed to register Wifi clients when i put the AP within the 192.168.1.0/24 network, but when i switch the AP to the 192.168.2.0/24 network it stops having conection to the RADIUS server… I think maybe this is some kind of limitation of the Zeroshell

    Please Help!

    #45882

    rochajoel
    Member

    I already managed to do it!
    Thank you Fluvio Ricardi for the great software suite!

    #45883

    khildin
    Member

    Care to share how you managed to do so? (so the rest of the community can learn and don’t have to bother to start new topics 🙂 )

    #45884

    rochajoel
    Member

    it was a really dumb human error…. i forgot that the AP could not comunicate with the Zeroshell Radius server because it was in another IP address range… i was connecting the AP in the IP range 192.168.1.0/24, and the Zeroshell eth01 port was configured to use the 192.168.2.0/24 range… Zeroshell was not prepared to receive anything from 192.168.1.0/24 network on eth01…

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