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Here's how to install IPCop, a Linux-based firewall that turns an x86 system into a firewall appliance. Firewalls are everywhere. They are standard issue, par-for-the-course, ticket-to-ride technology that every network, system, and device that is connected to the Internet now requires. Firewalls also take on a lot of different forms, from software solutions to small devices you can pick up at an electronics store to high-end boxes from vendors such as Cisco. All of the different firewall choices can get a little overwhelming for IT professionals, especially when you only need to set up a simple firewall to protect a small or remote office network.

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Here's how to install IPCop, a Linux-based firewall that turns an x86 system into a firewall appliance. Firewalls are everywhere. They are standard issue, par-for-the-course, ticket-to-ride technology that every network, system, and device that is connected to the Internet now requires.

Firewalls also take on a lot of different forms, from software solutions to small devices you can pick up at an electronics store to high-end boxes from vendors such as Cisco.

All of the different firewall choices can get a little overwhelming for IT professionals, especially when you only need to set up a simple firewall to protect a small or remote office network.

In that case, one of the best solutions for combining low-cost, ease-of-use, and beefy functionality is IPCop. What is IPCop? Essentially, IPCop is a Linux-based firewall that turns an x86 system into a firewall appliance.

You could call IPCop a Linux firewall distribution, because it has a self-contained kernel and operating system. You install IPCop like you would an operating system, and once it is installed it completely monopolizes the machine for use as a firewall appliance.

Other firewall distributions IPCop is not the only Linux firewall distribution. Most notably, IPCop is a derivative of the free version of SmoothWall , which is now a subset of a commercial firewall product called CorporateServer 3. What does it require? You can run an IPCop firewall on minimal hardware.

You can get by with less than the hardware I've recommended, but this is a solid starting point. That's for two reasons. First, they tend to fail less than other NICs Intel cards are pretty sturdy, too. Second, IPCop usually has an easy time recognizing these cards, and that makes installation a lot easier.

You will need to download the IPCop software. Figure A. Figure B. Figure C. Figure D. Figure E. Figure F. Figure G. Figure H. Figure I. Figure J. Figure K. Figure L. Figure M. Figure N. Figure O. Figure P. Figure Q. Figure R. Figure S. Editor's Picks.

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SolutionBase: Learn how to set up an IPCop firewall

Next, when you are asked enter your Green Interface an address which must be within your chosen address space Enter in place Following this, IPCop will format and copy itself to your hard drive. See below. After the install has completed you will be prompted to reboot and run setup as shown. Initial Setup Having installed IPCop we now have to enter some further configuration information in setup for our setup to be complete. Since we have 3 interfaces and only have set up Green, repeat the interface setup options for the Red and Orange interfaces as described above.

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How to install ipcop

IPCop is a freeware software firewall solution that is easy to set up and incredibly secure. This guide will walk you through the steps to get it running! Log in Facebook. No account yet? Create an account.

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