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    Ken
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    Default Adding new routes into UnTangle

    Our linux firewall had just died and I've now implemented an untangle box as our firewall. I've got all my port forwards working and it's all good.

    One problem I have is that we already had an existing OpenVPN setup running off our main server. What I need to do is add another route for that setup.

    In our previous firewall (which was running Fedora) I was able to do this over the command line via:

    route add -net 10.0.2.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 10.0.0.10

    How am I able to put this into our new untangle box?

    Now I realise untangle ahas capabilities for OpenVPN, but I want to continue using our current setup.

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    Hi!

    Open WebGui
    To add a static route go to Config>Networking>Advanced>Routes.
    There you can add the route.

    But try the OpenVpn from UT quite nice :P

    GL

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    Ken
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    Thanks for that, that works swell.

    I've got one other question, not really route related though.

    Is it possible to set untangle up so I can use the WebGui from my workstation and not the console?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Thanks for that, that works swell.

    I've got one other question, not really route related though.

    Is it possible to set untangle up so I can use the WebGui from my workstation and not the console?
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