Stay logged in Sign up now! Just a thought Jakamoko On the move again ... 9,915 60 229 Oct 6, 2003 #3 That sounds like a possibility, Sandy - I'll mess about more tonight. Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests) Similar Threads Hopefull I will then be able to connect if it does not leave me vulnerable.Question 2.
The time now is 11:06 PM. ©2003-2016 Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. Local IP address is configured (192.168.0.1).I put the client computer's IP address as a trusted zone. An external ehternet ADSL router is the way to go. Magalhaes Thomas Shinder Brien Posey Deb Shinder Justin Troutman Mitch Tulloch Robert J.
Why have you *NOT* cut the cord? [CharterSpectrum] by RUQRU580. ForumsJoin Search similar:[HELP] Zone-based firewall - port forwarding help[HELP] Help required in routingL2TPoIPSEC problems"This page can146;t be displayed" in Windows 2012 Server with rCableProblems with USG 50 L2TP tunnels.. PCWorld Home Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online What's New? I see its a bit of a problem from various sites, has anyone overcome this one and can give me a few tips what to try next, I bet it's simple.
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What's New? Thing is, it didn't kick in till after I'd done a restart, so perhaps that could be an issue - not sure, and no mention on ZoneLabs site of it .. floating IP addresses?, despite what their help files say) whereas ZA works fine with fixed IP addresses. All other trademarks, including those of Microsoft, CompTIA, VMware, Juniper ISC(2), and CWNP are trademarks of their respective owners.
I refuse to believe I cant operate in stealth mode, yet still use ICS. No, create an account now. There is a simple free proxy server at www.analogx.com This is my Sig. If you have an old defunct computer lying around you can use a router/firewall configured OS to make your own.
You can use the alert itself to add your network subnet to the Trusted Zone. WindowsNetworking.com Windows Server 2008 / 2003 & Windows 7 networking resource site. On the Web, Ed is the Guide to Windows on About.com, one of the Internet's leading resources for news, information, and entertainment; he also writes a weekly column for TechRepublic.com. The firewall has blocked internet access.
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Originally Posted by Speedy Gonzales If u were using the free ZA (not registered), I dont think it supports ICS, until u register it. The cable modem has a RJ45 connection, but I do not have a router, so I am using the USB port. The 2000 system has broadband. He covers the most important new technologies in this Windows upgrade for consumers, including MP3 audio, cable modems, home networking, scanners and digital cameras, and system utilities.
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Apparently it used to but not sure if that is the case now. 28-05-2005,11:01 AM #9 Ferg View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Dec 2004 Posts 159 All rights reserved. Make sure outgoing DNS and DHCP are allowed for the Internet Zone at High security.On the ICS client machines:Go to Main tab of the Firewall panel.Click Advanced.Under Internet Connection Sharing, select Was told later that it used to work with that trick but never got the chance to try it to see if it still applied. Page 1 of 2 12
I think the issue is the DHCP (i.e. Seems we're all being security-conscious this last few days, going by the traffic in this Forum - no bad thing . If you use hardware such as a server or router, rather than a host PC, to perform Internet connection sharing, do not follow the steps below.On the ICS gateway machine:Go to Loading...
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I've got ZA Pro 5.5. I don't think it uses any other port than 80 etc, etc. Including Internet Connection Sharing. Tip Before you configure ZoneAlarm Pro, use your ICS software to set up the gateway and client relationships.