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    hi everyone,

    may be there are questions like mine answered before, but my browser setitings seem not work to work right in the search.

    basics:
    we are running a adsl connection shared by two families with 4 win machines, 2 mandrake 10.1, some connected by cable, some wireless, a web and a file server. a total of five kids make a lot of hassel when chatting, playing and surfing around the internet. we have a router with firewall at the front, but behind this, there are only machine speciffic rules. thats why we decieded to install another firewall to keep the machines of the adults protected from the kids. i figured out ipcop, fixed an old pII with four nics and tryed to set it up. green and blue i managed without problems. orange comes after red is solved.

    Problem
    i have put red on nic-4 and tryed to establish connection, but i found now way, getting through this, without ipcop asking me for my isp details. i tried every possible choice, but ended up allways with the same problem.

    so does anybody know a way, to connect ipcop to an existing internet connection, whitout asking for isp.(like conf. a simple lan connection)

    i app your help
    winter

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    hmmm 2 firewalls ...fun !thought it can be done it is not fun to get it all set up...
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