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  • Right, found the problem. Well one of them…
    My issue was lack of RAM. I only have 512MB on the ZEROSHELL box. Although it’s a server it’s a very old one.
    Now that I “understand” a bit more about zeroshell I think I have the proper questions to ask. Here goes:

    1st – Should zeroshell “management interface” be on the fiber network (were the gateway is) or the office network?
    2nd – To enable office devices access the fiber network do I need to enable NAT on the fiber or the office network?
    3rd – Without using Zeroshell as the DHCP server how can I “force” all clients to use zeroshell as a gateway or proxy?

    Many thanks in advance ! In the meantime I’m configuring another box for my tests.

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