An appendix of this manual discusses running IPCop from a flash disk. do this, please read the IPCop Administration Manual section entitled System->Backup. On behalf of our Project Leader, Jack Beglinger, the Documentation staff would like to welcome you to the IPCop Users Administration. IPCop v Administration Manual 1 / 77 IPCop v Administration Manual .
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This is the admi usable materials for who want to configure security for network without any cost Published on Apr View 1. Rights and Disclaimers 2. Project Leader’s Introduction 1. Partial List of Features 1. What’s New in v2. Administration and Configuration 2. Home Administrative Window 2.
System Web Pages 2. Backup Web Page 2. Shutdown Web Page 2. External Aliases Administrative Web Page 2. Web Proxy Administrative Web Page 2.
Edit Hosts Administrative Web Page 2. Time Server Administrative Web Page 2. Traffic Shaping Administrative Web Page 2. What traffic is allowed between Interfaces? Firewall Settings Administrative Web Page 2. Address Filter Administrative Web Page 2. Services Administrative Web Page 2. Service Groups Administrative Web Page 2. Address Settings Administrative Web Page 2. Address Groups Administrative Web Page 2. Interfaces Administrative Web Page 2. Firewall Rules Administrative Web Page 2.
Methods of Authentication 2. Certificate Authorities Administrative Web Page 2. Log Settings Administrative Web Page 2.
Log Summary Page 2. Proxy Logs Page 2. Firewall Logs Page 2. URL Filter Log 2. System Log Page 2. Custom IPTable Chains 2. Web Proxy Server 2. Local Proxy Authentication 2.
IPCOP-V2.0 Administration Manual
Classroom extensionsPreface Table of Contents 1. You may copy it in whole or in part as long as the copies retain this copyright statement.
Mznual information contained within this document may change from one version to the next. All programs and details contained within this picop have been created to the best of our knowledge and tested carefully. However, errors cannot be completely ruled out. Therefore IPCop does not express or imply any guarantees for errors within this document or consequent damage arising from the availability, performance or use of this or related material.
The use of names in general use, names of firms, trade names, etc. All trade names are used without a guarantee of free usage and might be registered trademarks. As a general rule, IPCop adheres to the notation of the manufacturer. Other products mentioned here could be trademarks of the respective manufacturer.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for trying our firewall and we hope that it will serve your needs. The team nanual also like to thank the IPCop Linux Community for its continuing presence and the outstanding job it does helping new and experienced users alike.
Whether you are an existing user moving up the version chain or a iipcop user getting ready for your first install, we hope you will find all you need to get up and running in this ipcol.
If, for some reason, something is not covered here and you feel it aadmin be, msnual by all means contact us and let us know. We always like to hear from our user base actually some of us are just kinda lonely sitting on the computer all day and a little note is nice every once in a while and hope to be able to accommodate their needs as much as possible. Now you can relax and enjoy the Internet without having to worry. So, here is a bit of information for those of you that have the time to read this and are icpop for your IPCop Linux box to install.
We are now on our fourth adjin release. If you do happen to find problems, please check the IPCop FAQ first as we attempt to update the FAQ as soon as we find a problem and can provide solid information on either a work around or a direct fix. Project Leader’s Introduction Table of Contents 1.
Now, what is IPCop? IPCop is a firewall; first, last and always. IPCop is a specialized Linux Distribution; complete, configured, and ready to protect your network. IPCop is a community; where members help each other, all sharing to improve the project and each other.
This help goes from simple Networking type of instruction and direction, to helping members customize their IPCop to meet a specialized needs such as Net-Phones VoIP and multiple office integration.
This was a trick question. The correct answer is: All of the above. IPCop grew out of many needs. The first of those needs was a need for secure protection of our personal and commercial networks. When IPCop started Octoberthere were other firewalls available. The IPCop founding group decided to do things differently and forked the base GPL code of an existing firewall and maunal out anew, looking to keep user community needs in the forefront. Among armin needs is the need of the user to make IPCop their own, to install improvements, to just learn by seeing what others have done.
Through these needs is where development gets some of improvements to IPCop, directly listening and seeing what has been done and why.
Fast forward to Some 10 years later, millions nanual downloads and a countless number of world-wide installations, a new major release of IPCop has been released.
And so again, Welcome to IPCop! Jack Beglinger Project Leader 1. With optional software RAID. Proxy Support for both Web Surfing and DNS support allow for ippcop connection response on and simplified network setup.
Administration after initial load is via a manuap Web Interface including: Use of older equipment. New installer, which allows you to install to flash or hard drives, and to select interface cards and assign them to particular networks.
Access to all web interface pages is now password protected. The port for https secure connections has been changed to Redirection from ports 81 and will not work. A New Look User Interface, which manuxl And underneath, dnsmasq has replaced dhcpd as the DHCP server.
Acknowledgements IPCop software is both a collaborative project and built upon great prior works. These acknowledgements will cover many to help both directly and indirectly, but will never the less miss untold many who toiled to help develop this project but I failed to get them noted here.
To those, I say many thanks and sorry for missing your name. Marco van Beek Afrikaans: Johann du Preez Arabic: Alexander Dimitrov Brazilian Portuguese: Petr Dvoracek, Jakub Moc Danish: Adam Barbary Raina Otoni Lithuanian: Aurimas Fieras, Rodion Kotelnikov Norwegian: Milo Mrz, Drlik Zbynek Slovenian: Miha Martinec, Grega Varl Somali: Anders Sahlman, Christer Jonson Thai: Administration and Configuration Table of Contents 2.
Also, as of IPCop Release 2. Connections to port will not be redirected.