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    Default Bridge install, internal has 3 networks

    We have three internal networks. How do I configure for that? I tried this morning to install Untangle in bridge mode with an address on one of the networks. Users on one of the other networks could ping the DNS servers, but not access them in any way (DNS are on the same network as untangled). I disconnect untangled and they work.

    I had no problem as my machines is on the same network as DNS, untangled, etc.

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    Firewall does routing between the internal networks to each network it is the gateway and holds the .1 address on that network.

    192.168.200.0 - servers, switches, etc
    192.168.201.0 - other static machines
    192.168.202.0 - desktop PCs

    How do I make it work?

    Thanks

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    are all the networks downstream of the Untangle? what's the netmask of Untangle's primary IP? do you have any IP aliases entered on the Untangle?

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    If by downstream you mean on the internal side, yes. It goes firewall - untangled - core switch.

    I did not see a way to enter IP aliases.

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    you can edit them on the interface in question at Config > Networking.
    try giving it IPs on those subnets or widening the mask to a /16 (i'm guessing it's /24)

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    Sorry I forgot to mention the netmask. Yes, all /24s . I have since found that configuration screen and have added aliases. I will try again tomorrow and see if it is ok.

    Thanks.

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    No go, same issue. The only modules installed are web filter lite, protocol control (turned off) and openVPN.

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    I think we need more details about your network.
    A pretty drawing with the ipīs involved and devices can help, and not forget the gateway in each subnet. I dont know who is the .1 in each subnetand how is the inter subnet traffic flow.
    The world is divided into 10 kinds of people, who know binary and those not

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwasserman View Post
    I think we need more details about your network.
    A pretty drawing with the ipīs involved and devices can help, and not forget the gateway in each subnet. I dont know who is the .1 in each subnetand how is the inter subnet traffic flow.
    That is all in my first post. What else would help?

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    Do what hlarsen said, widen Untangle's mask to a /16.

    It doesn't matter that your networks are running on /24s. /16 makes all three of your listed networks local for Untangle to process.
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    Should I still keep the alias'?

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