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July 24, 2007 at 2:11 pm #40710msandersMember
First of all, very interesting project.
I have IPCOP running at the moment with 4 network cards.
I wanted to to use zeroshell on my green network and basially use functions like radius, ldap and few others.
I been reading about zershell and all, and wanted to know is having a PC with 1 network card, hard drive good enough for what I want to do?
I already installed the live cd and looks good with minor problems like can not ping outside world. I can login to the web interfance, I can ping my internal network from zeroshell, I can nslookup other hosts, just not ping. I am sure it is something simple, I am just few hours into the software.
My main concern here is the setup and basically do I need 2 network cards like some people here are mentioning?
Thanks in advance for any info.
Appreciate the work your doing on this software Fulvio.
Mike.July 25, 2007 at 12:43 am #45673msandersMember
well the network is working. It looks like one network card is all I need. I am assuming since I am not really using firewall functionality and some other ones, I wont need the second network card.
Please let me know if I am way off.
Next I will do the hard drive setup. Once I get all working I will post my results.
I have WRT54G router which I plan to use radius and cert authentication for my wireless equipment.
I had radius setup in another linux server on its own, but I came upon this project, looked interesting, I thought I give it a try.
MikeJuly 25, 2007 at 3:23 am #45674OnHeLMember
Yes, one is all you need unless you plan on running ZeroShell as a router/Firewall. I’m new to this as well and initially ran ZeroShell solely as a RADIUS server but then recently set it up to act as my DHCP Server as well. I have it setup next to my FreeNAS server and my LAN is running smooth as can be expected.
Let us know how you make out on the HD install. Boots a lot faster and you wont have to hear that whiny disk spinup sound.
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