You seem to have CSS turned off. My PC/laptop gets an IP address in the address I setup. LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - Newbie can ping red side of ipcop firewall but cannot reach internet. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-ipcop.html
In your case you have configured pfSense to use particular name servers UNLESS the DHCP or PPP server connected to the WAN interface says "use these".DNS configuration shouldn't affect pings to After restarting IPCop I am now able to ping my ISP's = domain (telstra.net & telstra.com), but I cannot ping anything outside their domain. vpn openvpn ipcop bridge share|improve this question asked Feb 2 '10 at 13:23 Emilio 30110 I do not really understand the question. On my pfSense I use OpenDNS as may name server so I have configured the IP addresses of the OpenDNS servers, unchecked the Allow DNS server list to be overridden by http://www.ipcop.org/1.4.0/en/install/html/test-access-to-ipcop.html
And the 192.168.100.0/24 through eth0, it's the Green Interface. I can find no option for > enabling/disabling NAT. Screenshot instructions: Windows Mac Red Hat Linux Ubuntu Click URL instructions: Right-click on ad, choose "Copy Link", then paste here → (This may not be possible with some types of For example:ping google.com (from pfsense diagnostics, and laptop work)dns lookup from pfsense (via diagnostics) workssearch "pizza" in google.com worksclicking on a link in the results failsPerhaps you are now almost there.
RE: [IPCop-user] PCs in Green zone can't access Internet by URL From: Stephen Miller
My networks are as in figure, and are well configurated: - IPCop act like firewall between the two lans 192.168.100.0/24 and 192.168.200.0/24 - OpenVPN works with roadwarrior configuration (client1 can ping Ipcop Default Login If it moves and `\___/' \) ~ shouldn't, use the tape. \\\ --------------------------------------------------- RE: [IPCop-user] PCs in Green zone can't access Internet by URL From: Daniel Ribelin
share|improve this answer edited Feb 4 '10 at 19:25 answered Feb 4 '10 at 16:45 Dan Andreatta 3,8461310 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote the only problem is that Setup Ipcop At one point yesterday, I could reach google.com and do a search, but then I could not click on those links (I guess the pfsense/laptop new the ip-address of google.com, but If Red is dynamic, then you need to tell the computers >on your Green LAN to use your ISP's DNS servers, not the IPCop box. Kind regards Roger ---- R.
I believe this means that pfsense would then do the DNS (i.e., forwarding to the 216..) addresses. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/268412-unable-to-ping-from-one-computer-only DNS lookups/pings of google.com, wikipedia.org fail. Ipcop Web Interface Port It seems that OpenVPN assign an IP address in the range 10.159.19.0/24 (I guess) to the client for the TUN connection, but the client has also an assigned IP in the Ipcop Commands Password Linux - Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux.
The IPCop >> installation is a vanilla IPCop 1.4.20 installation, upgraded to >> 1.4.21 w/o any addons. >> >> I have Linux and Windows clients in DMZ / Orange. have a peek at these guys Why is looping over find's output bad practice? Could be the cable is going bad. Or i must move the OPenVPN server in another internal server that can bridge (naturally tuning IPCop to permit OpenVPN traffig to the new VPN server). Ipcop Configuration
o You need only two tools. Browse other questions tagged vpn openvpn ipcop bridge or ask your own question. The behavior begins again if I shut down or reboot the laptop and I can clear it again by repeating the above. check over here Please login or register.
o You need only two tools. Ipcop Admin What does "let the DNS MASQ do its job" mean? After restarting IPCop I am now able to ping my ISP's > domain > (telstra.net & telstra.com), but I cannot ping anything outside their > domain. > > Should I be
The packets form the client have the source address 192.168.200.X, goes through the TUN interface (client routing rules), the VPN servers sends it to destination, but the answer goes through eth1, Wired or wireless? o ///// A hammer and duct tape. Ipcop Port Forwarding All these clients > have the following settings: Why do you put your client hosts in orange?
However they cannot ping any other IP Address like the google > DNS Server 220.127.116.11. > > This strange behavhour is experienced only in couple of hosts (more > evident in Logged ptt Hero Member Posts: 2052 Karma: +137/-9 Re: WAN Up, Lan Up - But cannot ping outside world (google.com, etc) « Reply #1 on: September 04, 2011, 04:21:39 pm » http://www.telstra.com.au/internetdirect/tech_dns.htm I assume you have already been there? :-) -- 'ooroo stinga...(:)-) --------------------------------------------------- Email: [email protected] this content Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem?
It would seem like the port is going bad then. www.ipcop-forum.deIPCop-Community Home Doku Links Downloads Der (Un)IPCop IPCop-ForumSpy CopTime IPCop-Galerie Userkarte Registrieren Anmelden FAQ Suche Aktuelle Zeit: 08.11.2016, 04:10 Unbeantwortete Themen | Aktive Themen Foren-Übersicht » IPCop I didn't say you did! >-/ Re: [IPCop-user] New DMZ hosts cannot browse internet, ping outside IP's From: Prashant N
I can see ipcop in my Hello.