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Linux Firewall Part 5: The GUI Interface

Posted on Friday, December 04 2009 @ 05:01:49 CET by

Now that you have IPcop installed, you need to configure it. IPcop provides you with a web interface in which you can configure nearly all of the settings of your new firewall. To connect, just open up any web browser, and connect to the IP address you set up when you installed the software. The web interface requires an secure web connection.

You will then be asked to login. By default the username is "admin" and use the password you set up when you installed your firewall. You are now presented with a Home screen and can configure nearly every aspect of your new firewall. Read more at OCModShop.



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