Administrative Guide

Author: James Brice

Author: Chris Clancey

Author: Harry Goldschmitt

Author: Rebecca Ward

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License.

2003

Revision History
Revision 0.1.0 (beta)29 Dec 2001CW
Forward by Charles Williams
Revision 1.2.010 Jan 2003RW

Table of Contents

Preface
1. Rights and Disclaimers
2. Forward
1. Questions and Answers
1.1. What is IPCop Linux?
1.2. What is the GNU General Public License?
1.3. How can you afford to just give this away?
1.4. What about those who can't afford to download a file that large or who don't have a CD Writer? Where can I buy a copy?
1.5. Well, this all sounds great. But what if I have a problem? Do you offer support or am I left out in the cold?
1.6. I really like the package but can the Company that I work for use IPCop without paying for it?
2. Administration and Configuration
2.1. Home Administrative Window
2.2. Information Administrative Window
2.2.1. Status
2.2.2. Traffic Graphs
2.2.3. Proxy Graphs
2.2.4. Connections
2.3. Dialup AW
2.3.1. PPP Settings:
2.3.2. USB ADSL Firmware Upload:
2.3.3. PCI ADSL Firmware Upload:
2.3.4. Modem:
2.4. Services AW
2.4.1. Web Proxy Adminstrative Web Page
2.4.2. DHCP Administrative Web Page
2.4.3. Port Forwarding Adminstrative Web Page
2.4.4. External Aliases Adminstrative Web Page
2.4.5. External Access Adminstrative Web Page
2.4.6. DMZ Pinholes Adminstrative Web Page
2.4.7. DYNDNS Adminstrative Web Page
2.5. VPNs Administrative Web Page
2.5.1. Control
2.5.2. Connections
2.6. Logs AW
2.6.1. Introduction
2.6.2. Other:
2.6.3. Web Proxy:
2.6.4. Firewall:
2.6.5. Intrusion Detection System:
2.7. System Web Pages
2.7.1. Updates AW
2.7.2. Time
2.7.3. Passwords
2.7.4. SSH
2.7.5. Intrusion Detection System AW
2.7.6. Backup AW
2.7.7. Shutdown AW
2.8. Credits
A. GNU Free Documentation License
A.1. 0. Preamble
A.2. 1. Applicability and Definitions
A.3. 2. Verbatim Copying
A.4. 3. Copying In Quantity
A.5. 4. Modifications
A.6. 5. Combining Documents
A.7. 6. Collections of Documents
A.8. 7. Aggregation With Independent Works
A.9. 8. Translation
A.10. 9. Termination
A.11. 10. Future Revisions of This License
A.12. ADDENDUM: How to use this License for your documents