Rezaei | 1 Mar 14:26 2010
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I should apply firewall to layer 3 between vlans, and vlans get ip from dhcp service.


Hi All,

I need to implementation a special scenario.

In this scenario i like to create many vlans(for example in eth1) in green
interface and i connect a router cisco to this ethernet.

any computer behind router cisco have different range ip.

I should apply firewall to layer 3  between vlans, and vlans get ip from
dhcp service.

Best Regard.
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Matthew W. Ross | 1 Mar 22:05 2010

Re: Endian Hardware Recommendation

I don't remember any recent discussion about small form factor Endian hardware, but if I were looking I'd
start here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&SubCategory=3&N=2010030003

If you get one of these systems with an expansion slot (or two) and pop in a dual-interface network card in
there, you should be able to get the 3-ethernet-port-system you need in a tiny box.

The other alternative is to hook up your 2-ethernet Endian box to a VLAN capable switch, and use the VLAN
Tagging to separate your LANs/WANs... but that may not be what you're looking for.

Another option is to build a system based on this motherboard, which is small and has 2 built on ethernet ports:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813153150

--Matt Ross
Ephrata School District

----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Peziol
[mailto:joyride901@...]
To: Endian Support
[mailto:efw-user@...]
Sent: Sat, 27 Feb 2010 07:35:20
-0800
Subject: [Efw-user] Endian Hardware Recommendation

> I have seen this recently on the mailing-list and can not seem to find it.
> Someone posted a few companies they recommended or a recommendatin on a
> small itx or small form factor to install Endian firewall on. I'm looking
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Andres Gonzalez | 2 Mar 16:53 2010
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Re: Endian Hardware Recommendation

Any idea in this hardware could work:

http://www.astecinc.com.tw/pdf/a3500_0.pdf





On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 7:05 PM, Matthew W. Ross <mross-aGs3We5JoFQbi8nSHj9YVh2eb7JE58TQ@public.gmane.org> wrote:
I don't remember any recent discussion about small form factor Endian hardware, but if I were looking I'd start here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&SubCategory=3&N=2010030003

If you get one of these systems with an expansion slot (or two) and pop in a dual-interface network card in there, you should be able to get the 3-ethernet-port-system you need in a tiny box.

The other alternative is to hook up your 2-ethernet Endian box to a VLAN capable switch, and use the VLAN Tagging to separate your LANs/WANs... but that may not be what you're looking for.

Another option is to build a system based on this motherboard, which is small and has 2 built on ethernet ports:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813153150


--Matt Ross
Ephrata School District


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Subject: [Efw-user] Endian Hardware Recommendation


> I have seen this recently on the mailing-list and can not seem to find it.
> Someone posted a few companies they recommended or a recommendatin on a
> small itx or small form factor to install Endian firewall on. I'm looking
> for something that has 3 Ethernet ports so that it can support the LAN, WAN,
> and backup WAN connection.
> Currently running on an old dell dimension that I need to replace and would
> like to replace it with a smaller form factor
>
> Thanks
>

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Matthew W. Ross | 2 Mar 17:54 2010

Re: Endian Hardware Recommendation

For now, let's call it a big "Maybe."

This box is running on the Via Eden CPU, which is a x86 processor, but I've known that _sometimes_ there are
some issues with Linux on the Eden. Perhaps all these issues have been worked out, I know none of the details
of this. Somebody on this list could confirm that Endian works on an Eden?

2nd, the specs list a built in flash drive and a space for a 2.5" Hard drive. Either way, as long as you meet the
HD requirements of Endian, you should be okay with this. I wasn't able to find a hardware requirement for
Endian Community, but the commercial software lists a 4GB hard drive requirement. (I would do 8GB, so it
would be ready for future, larger versions of Endian.)

Last, this box only lists a single ethernet NIC. (Although it appears that there may be an option for a 2nd
NIC.) I beleive that Endian requires at least 2 NICs. It may be possible to split a single NIC with VLANS and a
VLAN capable switch, but I doubt it. I'm thinking that Endian relies on at least one interface be for WAN,
and another interface be for anything/everything else. Now, if you can get that second NIC, or if there are
any working USB NICs which you can use... then it becomes a possibility.

Could there be other hurdles? Sure... but that's all of the ones I can think of for right now...

Also you should consider what this box is intended for: A Thin Client. As such, it probably doesn't have all
that great of processing power. I wouldn't want to use such a box to be a firewall for more than 10-15 computers.

--Matt Ross
Ephrata School District

----- Original Message -----
From: Andres Gonzalez
[mailto:tuchoz@...]
To: efw-user@...
Sent: Tue, 02
Mar 2010 07:53:37 -0800
Subject: Re: [Efw-user] Endian Hardware
Recommendation

> Any idea in this hardware could work:
> 
> http://www.astecinc.com.tw/pdf/a3500_0.pdf
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 7:05 PM, Matthew W. Ross
> <mross@...>wrote:
> 
> > I don't remember any recent discussion about small form factor Endian
> > hardware, but if I were looking I'd start here:
> >
> >
> >
> http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&SubCategory=3&N=2010030003
> >
> > If you get one of these systems with an expansion slot (or two) and pop in
> > a dual-interface network card in there, you should be able to get the
> > 3-ethernet-port-system you need in a tiny box.
> >
> > The other alternative is to hook up your 2-ethernet Endian box to a VLAN
> > capable switch, and use the VLAN Tagging to separate your LANs/WANs... but
> > that may not be what you're looking for.
> >
> > Another option is to build a system based on this motherboard, which is
> > small and has 2 built on ethernet ports:
> >
> > http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813153150
> >
> >
> > --Matt Ross
> > Ephrata School District
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Paul Peziol
> > [mailto:joyride901@...]
> > To: Endian Support
> > [mailto:efw-user@...]
> > Sent: Sat, 27 Feb 2010 07:35:20
> > -0800
> > Subject: [Efw-user] Endian Hardware Recommendation
> >
> >
> > > I have seen this recently on the mailing-list and can not seem to find
> > it.
> > > Someone posted a few companies they recommended or a recommendatin on a
> > > small itx or small form factor to install Endian firewall on. I'm
> looking
> > > for something that has 3 Ethernet ports so that it can support the LAN,
> > WAN,
> > > and backup WAN connection.
> > > Currently running on an old dell dimension that I need to replace and
> > would
> > > like to replace it with a smaller form factor
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > >
> >
> >
> >
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compdoc | 2 Mar 19:15 2010

Re: Endian Hardware Recommendation

You might search these lists, but I think someone with one
of these had issues with efw recognizing the nic. 

Unfortunately, the linux that efw is based on has limited
hardware support. I wish it included virtio drivers, but it
doesn't...

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Marc Fellman | 2 Mar 21:51 2010
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Endian firewall and Munin monitoring tool

Hi all,

I've been lurking for a very long time now with an occasional try to 
help others with their questions. Now I have a question. I've seen that 
the question was asked before but without an answer as far as I could 
tell. Also I tried to google but had almost no hits (more about the 
big-endian and the little-endian ;-) ).

Is it possible to install munin-node on an EFW firewall and if so is 
there a howto (or are there pointers)?

With kind regards,

Marc Fellman

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Andreas Schiller | 3 Mar 08:03 2010
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Re: Endian firewall and Munin monitoring tool

Hi Marc,

> Is it possible to install munin-node on an EFW firewall and if so is
> there a howto (or are there pointers)?

Not quite what you asked for, but it might help:

In the past I've been using (Redhat-) EL4-rpms for NRPE (nagios-nrpe, nagios-
plugins and tcpwrapper were needed) on efw 2.2 sucessfully to monitor some 
EFWs using Nagios. (You haven't told use, which version of efw you are 
using...)

Maybe you could use some EL4-rpms for munin-node?

(Obviously you should try this first on a non-productive testsystem)

Greetz from Germany,
Andreas Schiller

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Andres Gonzalez | 3 Mar 16:53 2010
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Re: Endian Hardware Recommendation

Thanks Matt for your comments. I'll try to get one of this appliances to test with a 15 users LAN and I'll let you know.

Regards.
Andres

On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 2:54 PM, Matthew W. Ross <mross-aGs3We5JoFQbi8nSHj9YVh2eb7JE58TQ@public.gmane.org> wrote:
For now, let's call it a big "Maybe."

This box is running on the Via Eden CPU, which is a x86 processor, but I've known that _sometimes_ there are some issues with Linux on the Eden. Perhaps all these issues have been worked out, I know none of the details of this. Somebody on this list could confirm that Endian works on an Eden?

2nd, the specs list a built in flash drive and a space for a 2.5" Hard drive. Either way, as long as you meet the HD requirements of Endian, you should be okay with this. I wasn't able to find a hardware requirement for Endian Community, but the commercial software lists a 4GB hard drive requirement. (I would do 8GB, so it would be ready for future, larger versions of Endian.)

Last, this box only lists a single ethernet NIC. (Although it appears that there may be an option for a 2nd NIC.) I beleive that Endian requires at least 2 NICs. It may be possible to split a single NIC with VLANS and a VLAN capable switch, but I doubt it. I'm thinking that Endian relies on at least one interface be for WAN, and another interface be for anything/everything else. Now, if you can get that second NIC, or if there are any working USB NICs which you can use... then it becomes a possibility.

Could there be other hurdles? Sure... but that's all of the ones I can think of for right now...

Also you should consider what this box is intended for: A Thin Client. As such, it probably doesn't have all that great of processing power. I wouldn't want to use such a box to be a firewall for more than 10-15 computers.


--Matt Ross
Ephrata School District


----- Original Message -----
From: Andres Gonzalez
[mailto:tuchoz-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org]
To: efw-user-5NWGOfrQmncRDUWM+popnw@public.gmane.orgforge.net
Sent: Tue, 02
Mar 2010 07:53:37 -0800
Subject: Re: [Efw-user] Endian Hardware
Recommendation


> Any idea in this hardware could work:
>
> http://www.astecinc.com.tw/pdf/a3500_0.pdf
>
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 7:05 PM, Matthew W. Ross
> <mross <at> ephrataschools.org>wrote:
>
> > I don't remember any recent discussion about small form factor Endian
> > hardware, but if I were looking I'd start here:
> >
> >
> >
> http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&SubCategory=3&N=2010030003
> >
> > If you get one of these systems with an expansion slot (or two) and pop in
> > a dual-interface network card in there, you should be able to get the
> > 3-ethernet-port-system you need in a tiny box.
> >
> > The other alternative is to hook up your 2-ethernet Endian box to a VLAN
> > capable switch, and use the VLAN Tagging to separate your LANs/WANs... but
> > that may not be what you're looking for.
> >
> > Another option is to build a system based on this motherboard, which is
> > small and has 2 built on ethernet ports:
> >
> > http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813153150
> >
> >
> > --Matt Ross
> > Ephrata School District
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Paul Peziol
> > [mailto:joyride901 <at> gmail.com]
> > To: Endian Support
> > [mailto:efw-user <at> lists.sourceforge.net]
> > Sent: Sat, 27 Feb 2010 07:35:20
> > -0800
> > Subject: [Efw-user] Endian Hardware Recommendation
> >
> >
> > > I have seen this recently on the mailing-list and can not seem to find
> > it.
> > > Someone posted a few companies they recommended or a recommendatin on a
> > > small itx or small form factor to install Endian firewall on. I'm
> looking
> > > for something that has 3 Ethernet ports so that it can support the LAN,
> > WAN,
> > > and backup WAN connection.
> > > Currently running on an old dell dimension that I need to replace and
> > would
> > > like to replace it with a smaller form factor
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > >
> >
> >
> >
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Download Intel&#174; Parallel Studio Eval
> > Try the new software tools for yourself. Speed compiling, find bugs
> > proactively, and fine-tune applications for parallel performance.
> > See why Intel Parallel Studio got high marks during beta.
> > http://p.sf.net/sfu/intel-sw-dev
> > _______________________________________________
> > Efw-user mailing list
> > Efw-user <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/efw-user
> >
>
>
>
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>

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woodrowbone | 4 Mar 14:24 2010
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Update accelerator


Is this feature still available in 2.3?

Can’t find it.....

/W

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iomega55 | 4 Mar 15:25 2010
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Endian performance (400users)


I have an endian 2.3 installed.

- 400 users (web, ftp, outlook, messenger)
- transparent proxy
- 512Mb RAM, Pentium 4

Can you share a comment on this?

- For this number of users do I need to have an special configuration?
- more RAM?
- how can I need to have a better performance 
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