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February 20, 2009 at 7:16 pm #41490henryc45Member
Zeroshell is perfect
My name is henry. I’ve got questions
1. My zeroshell box eth00(192.168.0.75) is connected to internal lan & eth01(192.168.1.1 )is connected to router dlink dir300(ip 192.168.1.1)<==>cable modem (wan ip=22.214.171.124). Its in routed mode.
Everything is fine except i cannot vpn using host to lan open vpn method you described. Vpn tap interface in the ZS BOX VPN00=ip 192.168.250.254
I have created dyndns account that refers to wan ip (http://xxx.homeip.net=126.96.36.199). I have created forwarding rule in the dlink router to forward port 1194 tcp to 192.168.1.1 but since its the dlink router ip i know it wont work. I also cannot forward port 1194 to vpn00 because the dlink router refused because vpn00 is not in ip range of ip 192.168.1.xx. Is it possible to retain these settings or do i have to change the ip configurations of eth01 & dlink router’s ip?or is it better to make eth01&vpn00 a bridge bri00? Do i have to create firewall rules as well in zeroshell ?please shed some lights
Question no 2: how to instruct zeroshell to allow a certain user pop & smtp email access only that means no internet browsing.?
Any help will be appreciatedFebruary 21, 2009 at 6:20 pm #47656henryc45Member
Greetings & Hello
The above post with dlink dir 300 dont work , idonk know why, but i tested with another linksys adsl wag200g , my openvpn client is connected and assigned an ip of 192.168.250.1. In the linksys router i have to forward external and internal port 1194 tcp to eth01 ip of 192.168.2.4. The linksys adsl router is 192.168.2.5 & zeroshell internal NIC Eth00 is 192.168.0.76
I have also clicked the NET button in Openvpn host to lan config and entered 192.168.0.0/24 in order to view lan resources but i cannot . My LAN is in 192.168.0.1-192.168.0.254 range
Actually what i wanted to achieve here is to connect to my HMAIL server 192.168.0.1 and to get internal mail remotely
Where did i go wrong , please help
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