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    Default For dummies guide to enabling DHCP on eth3, eth4, eth5 and eth6

    I have a bunch of extra NIC ports on my Untangle box that I would like to plug computers into in order to have Untangle act as their router and gateway (where eth0 is WAN).

    Can someone please give me a "for dummies" guide on how to accomplish this? I know DHCP will be needed. I don't know if I need NAT in the case, but if I do, please tell me what routes will need to be set up. Are there bypass rules which need to be changed? Are there packet filter rules which need to be changed?

    My current Untangle configuration is very tangled. Instructions from a fresh install of Untangle in router mode would be awesome.

    Thanks

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    The wiki is very clear and orderly, I suggest read it
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    I've gone through and through the wiki and I don't see instructions for this. I have seen pages which mention this can be done, but no instructions. If you could direct me to a link which directly shows how to configure this I would greatly appreciate it, I haven't been able to find it.

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    There is no way to enable DHCP on anything other than Internal and DMZ.
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    For dhcp
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/D...ver#About_DHCP

    For Untangle your tangle box :-)
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/I...Configurations

    For fresh install search quick install guide pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwasserman View Post
    I have seen and read through this. This guide tells you what DHCP is and how to configure certain options off DHCP. This does not tell you how to get DHCP working on interfaces other than Internal.

    Quote Originally Posted by dwasserman View Post
    For Untangle your tangle box :-)
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/I...Configurations

    For fresh install search quick install guide pdf
    This doesn't have anything about DHCP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    There is no way to enable DHCP on anything other than Internal and DMZ.
    What is the purpose of Untangle supporting up to seven physical interfaces? What will the other four interfaces be used for?

    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Networking_Basics

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    DHCP is a plus for very small network that dont have internal basic services like dhcp,dns,etc.
    If you talk about a network with many subnets, sure this services are pre-existing to the entrance of untangle in this network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwasserman View Post
    DHCP is a plus for very small network that dont have internal basic services like dhcp,dns,etc.
    If you talk about a network with many subnets, sure this services are pre-existing to the entrance of untangle in this network.
    Ok, I guess I don't fully understand that statement but DHCP would be a huge plus if I could get it working on my additional interfaces. Following that routing traffic to the internet would also be a plus.

    So help or guides in order for me to get those pluses would be ideal.

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    As said at top sky (and the wiki) no way. Only internal and Dmz
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