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Old 21st June 2006, 01:55
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Default Maybe ISPConfig firewall problem?

Hi all!
I have at home 2 computers. One is Windows XP and one is Linux Debian!And I have created network connection betwen those two comps (I use Debian as router too)! When I turn ON firewall in ISPconfig, I can`t connect on internet with Windows machine. Than I turned it off and "tada" connection with internet works fine again! Ohh BTW, even if I can`t connect to internet, I still can ping from windows to linux.

So is it possible, there is an problem with ISPConfig firewall or not?
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Old 21st June 2006, 11:55
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Hi all!
I have at home 2 computers. One is Windows XP and one is Linux Debian!And I have created network connection betwen those two comps (I use Debian as router too)! When I turn ON firewall in ISPconfig, I can`t connect on internet with Windows machine. Than I turned it off and "tada" connection with internet works fine again! Ohh BTW, even if I can`t connect to internet, I still can ping from windows to linux.

So is it possible, there is an problem with ISPConfig firewall or not?
The ISPConfig firewall is configured for servers and not for routers. Turn off the ISPConfig firewall and configure your firewall manually to act as router firewall.
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