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I'm going to be trying this over the next 2 weeks, not working and sounds fun, but I will have to do a virtual router since I don't have any free monitors.
Free monitors? You just need a monitor during installation. Then you just remotely manage.
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Free monitors? You just need a monitor during installation. Then you just remotely manage.
Provided your remote access doesn't stop working for some undetermined reason.
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I may have to try this with my dads old rig

Would this speed up PC to PC file transfers if running
Modem ->Utangle->Switch -> PC's?
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Installing untangle server now, wow its requirements are quite high, 512mb ram and 20gigs of hd space minimum, I'll work on it some more when I get back from the gym.
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I may have to try this with my dads old rig

Would this speed up PC to PC file transfers if running
Modem ->Utangle->Switch -> PC's?
No, PC-to-PC transfers only go through the switch and never need to pass through the router.

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Installing untangle server now, wow its requirements are quite high, 512mb ram and 20gigs of hd space minimum, I'll work on it some more when I get back from the gym.
Yeah, it's a heavy one. I have the hardware so might as well use it. While the requirements are high for a router, it really isn't much for us.
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Free monitors? You just need a monitor during installation. Then you just remotely manage.
ah, Ok well then I am almost done then. Just finished installing untangle on the computer and moving my modem over to the desk. I will finish working on it this weekend or next week. I can always just plug the monitor into if there is a problem with it.

I installed mine on an semi-old emachines t1742 with a 1.6ghz P4, 768 ram 40gb, with onboard nic and a d-link gigabit nic I had laying around.

Just got to find out and make sure my linksys wrt54g can be used as a wireless access point since everything I have connects wirelessly.
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Just got to find out and make sure my linksys wrt54g can be used as a wireless access point since everything I have connects wirelessly.
It can. Just turn off DHCP. Also, remember to plug your router into the WRT54G on a LAN port and not the WAN port.
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Got it to work, pretty simple actually. The virtual nics on the VM's actually act as separate nics, so the untangle server actually grabbed a separate ip from my real linux machine via dhcp, so this vista box with 2 nics actually has 4 nics now lol. Probably going to change my server setup, use a really light client for the main os and just vm a bunch of servers, much easier to fix things that way since if I screw up a vm linux server I can just restore a saved state lol.
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Got it to work, pretty simple actually. The virtual nics on the VM's actually act as separate nics, so the untangle server actually grabbed a separate ip from my real linux machine via dhcp, so this vista box with 2 nics actually has 4 nics now lol. Probably going to change my server setup, use a really light client for the main os and just vm a bunch of servers, much easier to fix things that way since if I screw up a vm linux server I can just restore a saved state lol.

Awesome. Off to figure it out then....
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Awesome. Off to figure it out then....
I might post a guide of this on my linux box later, but I have to get up early tomorrow so probably going to call it a night. Its an easy setup though, in the vm just bridge the nic on your real machine (the one connected to the modem) to one of the virtual nics, that will be the wan port, then assign a virtual nic to assign the ip's. The only trick is remembering which nic is attached to what.
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