Re: IPCop Question
From: Patrick (patrick_at_myemail)
Date: 21 Mar 2004 17:15:10 -0600
Thank you so much, I will try this later on but is very encouraging, all GUI
would be great as I am a newbie with Linux and so config files are still
hard to figure out.
"Unknown" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I believe IPCop can do this. Start by setting up the external "Red"
> interface with one of your static IPs. Then added the other static IPs as
> Alias IPs. You can then setup port forwarding based on the alias IP
> addresses. I haven't done it but I think it should work. This setup can
> be done through the GUI.
> "Patrick" <patrick@myemail> wrote in message
> > Simple question, can IPCop from the GUI forward external static ips
> > addresses? I have set it up but I am unsure if it is doing what I need.
> > isp provides 8 usable static ips and I want to be able to route these
> > computers running through IPCop or similar GUI driven application? So
> > am looking for is "statis ips" to "IPCop/Linux Box" to "multiple lan
> > computers" can this be done with IPCop or similar app which is GUI
> > and NOT command line driven? Shorewall does this but seem to be config
> > driven which for a newdie like myself is quite daunting.
> > Thanks for the help.
> > Patrick