IPCop Linux is a complete Linux Distribution whose sole purpose is to protect the networks it is installed Documentation, Documentation/ Distribution Release: IPCop In this tutorial, we are referring IPCop version , the last stable version, though it has a limited functionality, however, it is flexible enough to. This is the most usable materials for who want to configure security for network without any cost by rrmudidana in Types > Instruction manuals.

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The IPCop web-interface is very user-friendly and makes usage easy. In this post, I will show how to install IPcop with basic configuration to run as a firewall in your network. The Internet — Orange: DMZ for Internet accessed servers — Documfntation Wireless Semi-Trusted Network can be used as a second Green.

Select OK to start install IPcop.


: IPCop Firewall

Select type of Keyboard. Confirm date and time are correct and then dockmentation. Select Disk to install. Select OK to write information to Disk. This option you can choose if you want the storage to be HardDisk or Flash.

This option allow you to restore IPcop configuration if you have IPcop backup. Select skip for new.

IPcop Firewall

Enter hostname for IPcop. Select network card for RED interface. Choose which interface assign to which network card.

The default IP address is Let skip it if you configure your IPcop to internet in the other methods. Give admin password to log on from web browser.

Give password for backup user. Docmentation have complete setup IPcop. Select OK to restart your server. Actually, there are many options that we could enable in IPcop to make it suitable to your network.

Distribution Release: IPCop ( News)

In this post, I show some basic configuration 2.0.3 we should do after installation completed. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.


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