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    IPCop Red network settings trouble - help please

    Having trouble finding the right settings for the red card in ipcop, i will explain the settings I know....

    Our network IPs from lea - 172.29.24.* to 172.29.31.* with subnet 255.255.248.0
    IPCop Green Lan is set to - 172.29.24.245 with 255.255.248.0 subnet.
    This works enough to get me to the webpage admin and should let everyone in the school access the proxy/firewall.

    We have also got a range of 192.168.54.* with 255.255.255.0
    Our cisco router provided by the lea that i can't configure has an ip of 192.168.54.1

    Now our domains DNS server in school is on 172.29.24.4
    The LEA provide a proxy of 192.168.35.67:8080 (no auth)
    The proxy has a dns of 192.168.35.32 and 192.168.35.34

    I tried about 8 installs today with different gateway, subnet masks and DNS I thought should work, but none of them seem to. I'm sure some genius will look at these numbers and know exactly what to put in the red cards settings

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    Try the cisco as your gw, with an IP on 54.x on red.

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    Worked great. Set the red card to 192.168.54.5 with a 255.255.255.0 subnet and gateway 192.168.54.1 and put the proxy in the upstream proxy part and we are in business.

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