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    It's not possible to use ISP modem WiFi and have Untangle scan the WiFi traffic.
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    i was doing it with my previous provider, with no problem. (I think).
    My setup has not changed except the internet provider.

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    No chance. Just disable wifi on your ISP provided router and go buy an access point.

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    with my previous provider, untangle was in router mode, and in the dmz of the isp router.
    And the wifi was scanned by untangle (at least I think) because on every wifi devices, i had to import the ssl certificates (otherwise can't surf). And they appeared in the untangle interface (Dashboard).

    But anyway, for now, i would like to solve my problem here. I will see wifi later.

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    These are somewhat guesses by me. First, disable wifi on your router.

    Set the External Address to 192.168.1.2/24 with 192.168.1.1 as your Gateway. Bridge External to Internal. Connect a cable from one of the numbered ports (LAN) on your router to the External NIC on Untangle device. Plug a PC into the Internal NIC on the Untangle device and see if you get a 192.168.1.x IP on the PC.
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    did you see my screen capture above ?
    this is not good ?
    the external must be addressed and the internal bridged right ?
    Last edited by doudoufr; 11-25-2017 at 03:20 PM.

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    the answer to the question
    "plug your pc into the internal nic of untangle and see if you have an ip"

    is no. I obtain a 169.XX.XX.XX IP.

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    Your picture shows you have duplicate IP on router and Untangle. You need to solve the basic scenario I laid out (3 devices: router, Untangle, PC) before you move on. Can you post a picture of the back of your router that shows the LAN ports?

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    IMG_20171125_233829.jpg

    here it is
    i can't unplugged 1 to 3
    if I unplug 1, no more access to esxi
    if I unplug 2, no more internet on my computer
    If I unplug 3, no tv.

    You say
    "Your picture shows you have duplicate IP on router and Untangle".

    Where ?

    I'm a noobie, so you have to be very specific (plus the languages....)
    But thanks for trying to help me !

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    Ok, so where are #1, #3 and #4 connected to on the other end? Based on just that, #2 should go to the Untangle device. Ultimately, you want all your LAN traffic to go through Untangle. If you plug your PC into #4, do you get an IP on the 192.168.1.x subnet? Same question for the #2 port you're plugged int now. What is the IP on your PC?
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