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    Very high prices, $160, ONE SIXTY! for this one:...

    Very high prices, $160, ONE SIXTY! for this one:

    Linksys RV042

    http://www.mwave.com/mwave/SKUSearch_v3.asp?px=NT&scriteria=3485221

    vs $540 a year for the Pro package for a 25 node office.
    ...
  2. I can't see a sticky for a non-topic. My SBS 2008...

    I can't see a sticky for a non-topic. My SBS 2008 installations are running just fine with nothing beyond the usual port forwards and the SMTP settings for Untangle reporting/Quarantine reporting. If...
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    Three options: 1) Use alternate ports (8081,...

    Three options:

    1) Use alternate ports (8081, 8082, etc) on the public IP but mapped to port 80 on each internal server. (PubIP 8081 to PrivateIP1 port 80). You can use an HTTP redirect service to...
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    Here is my current ROUTER/GATEWAY setup: ...

    Here is my current ROUTER/GATEWAY setup:

    D-Link DIR-655: WAN = Public IP
    LAN = 192.168.10.1 / 255.255.255.252
    DMZ=192.168.10.2

    Untangle VM Player...
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    For 25 users, Untangle wants $675 for Wan...

    For 25 users, Untangle wants $675 for Wan Balancer (which I assume includes Failover) over 3 years. Figure $350 for a cheap new PC and a 2 extra NICs to run it on, so, $1025.

    Or I can go Super,...
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    There are really three questions here: 1)...

    There are really three questions here:

    1) Internal vs External DNS
    2) Root Hints vs forwarding to the ISP DNS or OpenDNS
    3) Should your router/gateway also provide DNS

    Answers to Question 1:...
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    More DNS Wierdness

    Today at roughly 2pm the system was working fine. Sometime between 2pm and 9pm DNS queries stopped working.

    At 10pm I tracked down DNS problems to Untangle. It was blocking any request from any...
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    I noticed you said "certain users", as in "some...

    I noticed you said "certain users", as in "some users". That sounds like a desktop issue rather than a network issue.

    You also mentioned doing a tracert to a web site and Untangle not being one...
  9. Consider it a non-negotiable thing: ALWAYS and...

    Consider it a non-negotiable thing: ALWAYS and SOLELY use Windows DNS and DHCP in an Active Directory Environment. Period. Not Windows for DNS1 and OpenDNS for DNS2. Just Windows.

    Do NOT use...
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    Just wondering..have you confirmed that the web...

    Just wondering..have you confirmed that the web server has RDP enabled (it's not by default) and that it's local firewall is allowing connections?

    Physically bypass Untangle by plugging a...
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    From your diagram, I would expect that SIP...

    From your diagram, I would expect that SIP (xLite) clients in the home office should work fine pretty much all the time, and the remote SIP users would have problems during periods of heavy internet...
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    Well, I am still not sure exactly what the...

    Well, I am still not sure exactly what the Untangle SIP helper does, (it's why I am poking around the forums this morning.) but I know the problem is that the Polycom phones don't support STUN, or...
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    One last thought, this is not a "specific to...

    One last thought, this is not a "specific to Untangle" problem. It's not really even a "problem", it is actually a "feature". As one mans feature is another mans problem :)

    A simple router will...
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    Beyond what's already been suggested, I would...

    Beyond what's already been suggested, I would suggest breaking each service out to it's own hostname:

    webserver.mysite-example.org, ftp.mysite-example.org, ippbx.mysite-example.org,...
  15. My IPPBX works fine behind Untangle, and with...

    My IPPBX works fine behind Untangle, and with remote users as well.

    Here are two scenarios:

    phone-public internet-untangle-ippbx - Should work pretty well, long as you specify the public IP to...
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    Depending on what you are trying to do, you can...

    Depending on what you are trying to do, you can either get multiple public IPs, or use a proxy, or host multiple sites on one server, all good suggestions, or, if you have multiple internal web...
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    Small Business Server 2008

    At least with Small Business Server 2008, there are no special Untangle requirements to using Outlook 2003/2007 the program from outside the office. (Yes, it works with both versions.) Most of the...
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    Firewall Logs are Empty

    OKay, I am troubleshooting a malware issue, trying to identify which, if any, systems on the network are sending spam and flagging us on the CBL. So, suddenly I sort of have a crisis that I need to...
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    I've been running it as my primary desktop since...

    I've been running it as my primary desktop since the beta hit TechNet.

    It doesn't seem like a big deal. Really. It doesn't. Ya know, the new way the taskbar works. But, well, no, you can't have...
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    You don't provide any details about what you use...

    You don't provide any details about what you use for email. Do you have an Exchange server? Is everyone using Google or some off site Pop3 provider? Different answers for different scenarios.
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    $4/month from 1and1.com gets you 600 mailboxes...

    $4/month from 1and1.com gets you 600 mailboxes with webmail, a basic web site, and free domain registration. The beginner package is what I had in mind.

    The only downside is that you are getting...
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    EVERYONE needs Dual-Wan

    Um, "Everyone" ? When DSL and cable go down response times can be days to weeks. Even a T1 can (and at some point likely will) have downtime in the several hours range. Entire ISP's (even the likes...
  23. iPhone Connectivity

    Just to check, are your iPhones connecting natively to Exchange (ActiveSync) or do you have them set to IMAP and SMTP?

    From your description it sounded like IMAP/SMTP. If it's using Activesync it...
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