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Any chance on making "How to Create a Virtual Router (VR)" a sticky?

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So, if I can virtualize untangle, does this mean I can use this computer for freeNAS as well? I'm trying to keep from having to run 2 computers.
Openfiler is said to be FreeNas on steroids...

http://www.openfiler.com/

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Supported virtual machines monitors include Xen, VMware, QEMU, Virtual Iron and Parallels.
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Don't know if anyone else caught this, but Untangle also has a guide to setup a VMware install. But Rep+ to the OP for creating this guide, as it might be a bit more digestable for those not familiar with this stuff.

Untangle Link

EDIT: BTW, is there any loss in functionality by using Untangle in VMware instead of as dedicated server/router?
Edited by thenutty1 - 12/29/08 at 12:03pm
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Don't know if anyone else caught this, but Untangle also has a guide to setup a VMware install. But Rep+ to the OP for creating this guide, as it might be a bit more digestable for those not familiar with this stuff.

Untangle Link

EDIT: BTW, is there any loss in functionality by using Untangle in VMware instead of as dedicated server/router?
Nope runs exactly the same as it does standalone, actually servers seem to run more efficient when virtualized.
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I know this I'm bringing back the dead, but is there anyone that has set up a virtual transparent bridge. What I have is virtualized endian router/firewall with two ISP links, tranparent untangle, lan.

internets->gateway->untangle->lan

I have a total of 4 nics in a machine (2 for the internet, 1 for actual server, 1 left if I need it). Do I need to just add another nic and plug up a crossover cable for untangle and router or can I do that virtually? Thanks!
post #26 of 28
After a bit advice, I saw posts about running untangle and endian together, we do the same physically but with untangle outside of endian to run as the spam filter for many domains and then pass to endian which then redirects all mail back out to the external ip addresses.
I have been trying to setup this config on VMWARE so can run it virtually - not sure how to set all the network cards so it passes traffic through transparent untangle to the endian
any advice welcome
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Any chance on making "How to Create a Virtual Router (VR)" a sticky?

Overclock that Internet connection!
It is almost so easy there is no point.

1. Download Untangle Virtual appliance from the Untangle Forum
2. Import into VMware (ESXI/Player/Workstation)
3. Set the virtual NIC's to use the physical NIC's
4. Current release needs gcc updated, so "Apt-get gcc" I believe
5. done

I wouldn't want to steal his glory by making a thread on it, but it can be easier to just make a virtualized untangle machine using a server with +3 NIC's; 1 for host OS (say your file server), and the other 2 for the egress/ingress Untangle.
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Ok, Not to resurrect a necro thread, but i've spent alot of time reading this guide in the last few weeks and I think i've found someting VERY useful.

I have comcast cable internet. I'm running the newest free untangle in vmware 7.1something. The vmware is running on server 2008 and there are 2 nics. (modem-nic1-nic2-router). Everytime i'd reboot the untangle server, i'd lose the address from the modem. I searched the interwebs and the untangle forums, but no solid answer, just alot of the same question. When i would test for connectivity, the dns would pass, but the tcp connection would fail. Grrr.

So i disabled ipv4 on the real nic bridged to the external. Rebooted the modem and untangle immediately saw it. This drove me nuts.

Great guide here also.
    
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