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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by BrowningBDA, Feb 25, 2006.
Anyone use it?
What do you want to know?
You DO know that it isn't for Windows, correct? I run mine on a honeypot/firewall box that feeds the Web to my local network.
I use IP cop, its almost the same thing.
+1 on IPCop at home and at work.
Smoothwall is suppose to be easiest to use but I can't tell much difference in ease of use compared with IP Cop.IP Cop is more up to date and has updated hardware drivers.With Smoothwall updates can be downloaded but the original install CD is not as updated as IP Cop's install CD.Unless there is something I'm missing in Smoothwall I think the latest version of IP Cop would be best.
I have not used Smoothwall, but I have configured two IPCop boxes so far and am very pleased with it.
Add the Cop+ (DansGuardian content filtering) add-on, and things are very sweet indeed.
I tried to congifure a smoothwall box and it killed me, had 2 identical cards in there and it only saw one.
TG, that's usually caused by a BIOS issue.
Try setting the 'Plug N Play OS?' switch to NO and see if that helps, should you see that again.