yce_kelvin

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  • in reply to: Tutorial or Books #46651

    yce_kelvin
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    UDP encapsulation. I use an old P4 and AM2 PC to test it.

    in reply to: It is zeroshell support SDSL? #47286

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    Hi,

    Or anyone do setting that can route to static internet ip address?

    How to make it?

    Please help and appreciate so much.

    Thanks 🙄

    in reply to: NAS (Network-Attached Storage) #46871

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    @islamail wrote:

    yce_kelvin

    This answer means that you didn’t understand what I just said above.

    islamail :

    Yes, you are pro. is ok.

    Anyway, for me it is importnt that that zeroshell provides the NAS option, coz freenas would never provide the zeroshell features. and I don’t want to have a plenty of additional machines in my network.

    I know what you want is all the function in a linux box. Included NAS and networking option. is ok.

    in reply to: Bandwidth monitoring for each IP Connect to internet #46796

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    Fulvio,

    I think you can integrade bwm-ng to it..

    Thanks
    Kelvin

    in reply to: NAS (Network-Attached Storage) #46869

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    @islamail wrote:

    Wbschindler,
    I guess replacing CIFS by NFS would be a good idea if the net work is based on Linux/Unix/Mac Machines, but do you think Windows based Machines could access to such file sharing protocol ?

    Thanks for everybody’s advice

    YES. I use freenas in my network now which share files within XP machine and linux machine. It come with file protection features as well. You can to try for it.. My suggestion still there.. u should separate your linux network server and nas box. Good luck anyway. We are waiting this interesting dev bu host as well. 🙂

    in reply to: NAS (Network-Attached Storage) #46866

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    I m totally not agree to integrate the NAS feature because Zeroshell should maintain a full networking function linux application box. If NAS integrated, better use linux server to make it… i agree like previous post there, islamail should go to look freenas, it is a nice NAS linux application box.

    in reply to: Bandwidth monitoring for each IP Connect to internet #46795

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    fulvio,

    Thanks so much 😀

    We always support u 😀

    in reply to: Bandwidth monitoring for each IP Connect to internet #46790

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    Hi fulvio,

    Thank you for your answer.

    That is great. Then this will possible about something like PFsense graphical statistic.

    The current solution you provided is not perfect because it will slow down browsing activity because of the firewall monitoring. I saw another IT support guy who doing the VPN site to site with Ubuntu Server version and he is able to get the information on which IP going out and receive. For eg: He is doing a site to site GAMING – Warcraft 3 and it required around 15K upload and 15K download speed. So, he can estimate that the game software is required 15K up/down speed. So, if the person get 1.5MB up down speed mean the max can support is around 100PC, and for 1.5MB Download / 512K Upload speed line only can support 34 PC connection max.

    So, that’s y i say the integration on statistic for IP bandwidth monitoring to internet is important.

    Anyway, hope fulvio can success on it. I always support. After going to webmin, IPCOP and pfsense i think zeroshell is the most great linux software for networking.

    Good luck !

    Kelvin

    in reply to: Bandwidth monitoring for each IP Connect to internet #46788

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    Mayb something like ipband integration..?

    http://ipband.sourceforge.net/

    in reply to: Tutorial or Books #46647

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    Site to site LAN successful

    Thanks Zeroshell. It is a very nice linux’s product 8)

    I m lovin it and now move to site to multi site study.

    Best all

    Kelvin

    in reply to: Tutorial or Books #46646

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    Finally i do lan to lan vpn successfully with this log:

    18:34:21 Listening for incoming TCP connection on [undef]:1195
    18:34:57 SIGTERM[hard,init_instance] received, process exiting
    18:45:04 OpenVPN 2.0.9 i686-pc-linux [SSL] [LZO] built on Sep 15 2007
    18:45:04 LZO compression initialized
    18:45:04 TUN/TAP device VPN00 opened
    18:45:04 Listening for incoming TCP connection on [undef]:1195
    18:46:20 TCP connection established with xx.xx.xx.xx:xxxx
    18:46:20 TCPv4_SERVER link local (bound): [undef]:1195
    18:46:20 TCPv4_SERVER link remote: xx.xx.xx.xx:xxxx
    18:46:23 [Client1] Peer Connection Initiated with xx.xx.xx.xx.xxxx
    18:46:24 Initialization Sequence Completed

    But, how to make both site client pc can connect each other?

    It is i use tcp is correct? or should go to udp?

    Site A IP is 192.168.1.0/24
    Site B IP is 192.168.0.0/24

    Any expert can help?

    I should do what setting now for link up both site? to see each other?

    Thanks
    Kelvin

    in reply to: Tutorial or Books #46645

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    Hi all, Now another question… How to make LAn to LAn VPN bridge tunnel? Got any tutorial guide..?? Thanks..

    in reply to: Tutorial or Books #46644

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    @yce_kelvin wrote:

    Hi,

    Greeting to all.

    I am noob on zeroshell. It that any complete tutorial or books can study on it?

    I am installed zeroshell to a pc and connection is like this:

    PC 192.168.1.0/24 — Switch — 192.168.1.5 (LAN Card1) zeroshell (LAN Card2) PPPOE– ADSL Router Modem

    PPPOE Connected But i cannot connect to internet??

    It is anything setting i miss out?

    Any pro can help?? 😳

    Thank you,
    Kelvin

    Ha, I set a wrong static gateway and make it cannot online… 😳

    Remove the static gateway and connection going on!!

    But the connection speed is slow compare i direct use adsl modem.

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