Steven Wittwer

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  • in reply to: OpenVPN + TunnelBlick: from TAP to TUN #66213
    Steven Wittwer
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    If you figure this out, please respond here. I believe you can’t use TAP devices on Android either, so I am also looking for a way to set ZeroShell to use TUN.

    in reply to: Why is my profile backup without logs > 30 GB????? #65964
    Steven Wittwer
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    bump

    in reply to: Setting up two networks – New to all of this, so leaning #64572
    Steven Wittwer
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    How are you connected to the internet router? It should be connected to one of the LAN ports, assuming it is a consumer router, not the WAN (Internet) port.

    in reply to: NOIP and DUC software installation #54646
    Steven Wittwer
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    Ah. No, I am not using the managed services, just the free version of No-IP.

    in reply to: NOIP and DUC software installation #54644
    Steven Wittwer
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    NOIP is built into ZeroShell. Just go to DNS|Dynamic DNS and enter the information. I use it as well, and it works great.

    in reply to: Import a list of dhcp static ip addresses #54303
    Steven Wittwer
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    I would also like to know if this is possible.

    in reply to: Transparent Proxy DNS error #54236
    Steven Wittwer
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    yeah, that was the first thing I tried, but it appears that the forwarder doesn’t work, or I configured it wrong.

    I set the domain to MyDomain.com and server to 10.1.10.10, but it still didn’t work (10.1.10.10 is our internal DNS server).

    in reply to: Transparent Proxy DNS error #54234
    Steven Wittwer
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    It works if I set up a SOA for MyDomain.com in ZS, however, our website isn’t hosted local, so it seems to break that…is there a way to forward that request onto the ISP DNS servers, or even our local DNS server?

    in reply to: Transparent Proxy DNS error #54232
    Steven Wittwer
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    Are you accessing your server by DNS or by IP? I managed to get ZS to use my DNS (at least temporarily), but it still didn’t work. I have no idea where to go from here.

    in reply to: BASIC.. How to setup ZeroShell to route between 2 networks #54249
    Steven Wittwer
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    You will need the following:

    {Cable Modem} <---> {Zero Shell Router Ethernet 1}

    Then you will also need:

    {Zero Shell Router Ethernet 2} <---> {Switch}

    Then connect all of your devices (PC’s) to the switch via ethernet cables.

    You will need to configure NAT to work on the Ethernet interface connected to your Cable modem. You will also need to configure that interface to get it’s IP address via DHCP (Most likely…it is possible that you have a static IP, but doubtful).

    On the interface that is connected to the switch, you will need to put a static IP. I would suggest the following:

    IP: 192.168.25.1
    Mask: 255.255.255.0

    You will also need to configure DHCP for that network.

    You MAY need to configure a default gateway as well on the router, I don’t remember in this configuration if ZS will figure it out on it’s own or not. Either way, hopefully this will get you started. There are plenty of things on the internet to help out as well. Just know, that at a minimum, you will need DHCP, and NAT configured. You will also need a minimum of 2 ethernet interfaces on your ZS router.

    in reply to: NAT – reverse translation #54227
    Steven Wittwer
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    anyone?

    in reply to: Transparent Proxy DNS error #54230
    Steven Wittwer
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    Internal traffic will go through ZS if it is on a different subnet/VLAN, which it is. In my case, I have 5 interfaces, and 17 VLANs (and yes, there are reasons why I have 17 VLANs).

    I am trying to access from 10.1.2.0/24, and the servers are on 10.1.10.0/24.

    I believe if I could get ZS to use our internal DNS server that this would probably work just fine, but I don’t know where ZS gets it DNS info from (or how to change it to point to a different DNS server). I tried changing /etc/resolv.conf, but it didn’t seem to work.

    in reply to: Wlan in Vlan #53770
    Steven Wittwer
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    I have something similar. Create a firewall forward rule. in Input, choose your open network interface (and VLAN if appropriate). In output, choose your WAN network (I assume you only want them to be able to get out to the internet). Check the ‘Not’ checkbox on the Output side.

    Under ACTION, choose reject. I have with icmp host unreachable, but you can select whatever you want there, I think.

    What this will do, is block any traffic coming in on the open WLAN and if it isn’t destined for the outside world (IE: the Internet), then it will be dropped.

    Hope that helps.

    in reply to: Samba on 3.0 #53298
    Steven Wittwer
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    lol…that’s my thread from a long time ago…I guess I didn’t get a notice on it. Thanks!

    in reply to: routing VLANS over multiple interfaces #52760
    Steven Wittwer
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    I actually have 4 interfaces, and multiple VLAN’s, I was just trying to keep it simple.

    Yes, I have IP addresses on the VLAN’s.

    My issue, I think may go back to the corporate switch…it may not be a zeroshell issue at all.

    I’ll let you know as soon as I have more info.

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