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 11 
 on: Saturday 20 August 2022, 12:39:32 am 
Started by kamleshk - Last post by blastorious
What i did was add a rule to allow access on the red zone. Actually it was all zones. i allowed all the ports on any zone. It was simply so i could access using the red zone. I'm going to remove it after i've finished connecting through red zone.

Code:
1 <ANY>
TCP/22
TCP/80
TCP/10443
ALLOW

 12 
 on: Saturday 20 August 2022, 12:35:27 am 
Started by blastorious - Last post by blastorious
i was wondering if there was an add on or some additional software i can install to make the traffic logs readable to the average person? I'm trying to monitor the traffic that is going through the firewall and I need to send it to someone who doesn't know much about computers. The details need to at least have the webpage visited ,  extras would be nice like time on the website, ip address, etc

 13 
 on: Sunday 07 August 2022, 12:22:24 pm 
Started by Douglas TI - Last post by edegiobbi
Hola, es sensillo: vas a PROXY/DNS/Antis-spyware, lo habilitas y alli tienes 2 ventanas, la de la derecha bloquea dominios, todo lo que figura alli no  a menos que algun usuario tenga cambiados los DNS ejemplo (use los de google 8.8.8.Cool.
Tambien tenes otra posibilidad, en la solapa [Network] / Edith Host, alli en el 1er renglon que dice (iP address) pones 127.0.0.1, 2do renglon que dice (Hostname) pones https, y en el 3er renglon que dice (Remark) pones un nombre figurativo que te dirva de referencia, en el renglon de la derecha que esta apartado que dice (Domain name) pones el dominio que no queres que accedan....

Ejemplo:
 
(IP address) 127.0.0.1
(Hostname) https
(Remark) Youtube                  (Domain name) youtube.com

eso hara que nadie ni si quiera con bypass acceda, pues cuando intente navegar a youtube, el mismo redirije al loopback.

espero te sirva

 14 
 on: Tuesday 26 July 2022, 01:48:48 am 
Started by kamleshk - Last post by kamleshk
I am able to access GUI locally using GREEN interface IP nut Not able to Access the same over internet using WAN IP ( RED INTERFACE) please help.

 15 
 on: Tuesday 26 July 2022, 01:47:18 am 
Started by kamleshk - Last post by kamleshk
I have installed EFW 3.3 successfully. and i am able to ping locally ( to my green interface card) But Not able to Ping from remote to my RED interface-  my WAN IP. Please help me to enable ping over remotely.

Regards,
Kamlesh
 

 16 
 on: Saturday 23 July 2022, 01:30:10 am 
Started by loller12 - Last post by loller12
Hi everybody, first of all I'sorry if my english shouldn't be good. btw, i'm new with endian fw and i'm having some issues.
i successfully installed endian on vmware ESXI, and i configured it.
I have the configuration of a working firewall and i'm trying to replicate it.

the schematic of the network is the following:

WAN----------ROUTER------------------FIREWALL---------------------LAN-----------------PC I'm using
            private ip 10.0.0.1           red: 10.0.0.150                192.168.0.x              IP 192.168.0.222 - MASK 255.255.255.0 - GW 192.168.0.250
                                             green: 192.168.0.250

I don't care about having a dmz or a wifi connection, so i ignored orange and blue interfaces.
In the network where there's the working firewall, if I set the fw green interface ip (in my case 192.168.0.250) as pc's gateway, i can navigate on internet without problems, but in mine it's not happening.

I executed some ping:
from lan to fw (ping 192.168.0.250) it works
from fw to lan (in shell the ping to 192.168.0.222 works)
from fw to router (ping 10.0.0.1) it doesn't work and i think this is why i don't browse.

What am i doing wrong?

 17 
 on: Friday 01 July 2022, 02:29:53 pm 
Started by atreyumu - Last post by KarinaMow
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The nice answer!

 18 
 on: Friday 01 July 2022, 02:25:55 pm 
Started by rudiratlos63@yahoo.com - Last post by MariMow
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The nice answer!

 19 
 on: Friday 01 July 2022, 02:19:55 pm 
Started by soletmod - Last post by MariMow
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the force restart did not fix the issue. the one thing i am questioning most is that the certificate that these machines are using show a red-interface ip address different than what they are actually using. the machines were built in a test environment then put into production with their then-updated external ip addresses. do i need to generate new certs? if so, i have no idea what i'm supposed to use for PKCS12 file passwords (full disclosure, i am more of a software writer than a network person). below is the full (redacted) output from connection details after running the force restart:Code:

Your kind words warmed my heart))

 20 
 on: Friday 01 July 2022, 02:15:19 pm 
Started by atreyumu - Last post by MariMow
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Your kind words warmed my heart))

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