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Project Leader’s Introduction
1.1 What Is IPCop?
Now, what is IPCop?
1.2 Partial List of Features
1.3 Acknowledgements
Administration and Configuration
2.1 Home Administrative Window
2.2 System Web Pages
2.2.1 Updates
2.2.2 Passwords
2.2.3 SSH Access
2.2.3.1 SSH Options
2.2.3.2 SSH Host Keys
2.2.4 GUI Settings
2.2.4.1 Display
2.2.4.2 Sound
2.2.5 Backup Web Page
2.2.5.1 v1.4.11
2.2.5.2 Backup to Floppy
2.2.5.3 Information
2.2.5.4 Backup to Files
2.2.5.5 Export backup key
2.2.6 Shutdown Web Page
2.2.6.1 Shutdown
2.2.6.2 Schedule IPCop reboots
2.3 Status Menu
• System Status
2.3.1 System Status
2.3.1.1 Services
2.3.1.2 Memory
2.3.1.3 Disk Usage
2.3.1.4 Inodes Usage
2.3.1.5 Uptime and Users
2.3.1.6 Loaded Modules
2.3.1.7 Kernel Version
2.3.2 Network Status
2.3.2.1 Interfaces
2.3.2.2 Current Dynamic Leases
2.3.2.3 Routing Table Entries
2.3.2.4 ARP Table Entries
2.3.3 System Graphs
2.3.4 Traffic Graphs
2.3.5 Proxy Graphs
2.3.6 Connections
2.4 Network Menu
2.4.1 Dialup
2.4.2 Upload
2.4.3 Modem
2.4.4 External Aliases Administrative Web Page
2.5 Services Menu
2.5.1 Web Proxy Administrative Web Page
2.5.2 DHCP Administrative Web Page
2.5.2.3 Fixed Leases
2.5.2.4 Current fixed leases
2.5.2.5 Current dynamic leases
2.5.2.6 Error messages
2.5.3 Dynamic DNS Administrative Web Page
2.5.3.1 Add a host
2.5.3.2 Current hosts
2.5.3.3 Forcing a Manual Update
2.5.4 Edit Hosts Administrative Web Page
2.5.4.1 Add a host
2.5.4.2 Current hosts
2.5.5 Time Server Administrative Web Page
2.5.6 Traffic Shaping Administrative Web Page
2.5.7 Intrusion Detection System Administrative Web Page
2.5.7.1 Snort rules update
2.6 Firewall Menu
2.6.1 What traffic is allowed between Interfaces?
2.6.2 User Customization
2.6.3 Port Forwarding Administrative Web Page
2.6.3.1 Port Forwarding Overview
2.6.3.2 Port Forwarding and External Access
2.6.4 External Access Administrative Web Page
2.6.5 DMZ Pinholes Administrative Web Page
2.6.6 Blue Access Administrative Web Page
2.6.7 Firewall Options Administrative Web Page
2.7 VPNs Menu
2.7.1 Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
2.7.1.1 Net-to-Net
2.7.1.2 Host-to-Net
2.7.2 Methods of Authentication
2.7.2.1 Pre-shared Key
2.7.2.2 X.509 Certificates
2.7.3 Global Settings
2.7.4 Connection Status and Control
2.7.4.1 Creating IPCop’s Certificates
2.7.4.2 Connection Type
2.7.4.2.1 Host-to-Net Connection
2.7.4.2.2 Net-to-Net Connection
2.7.4.3 Host-to-Net Connection
2.7.4.4 Net-to-Net Connection
2.7.4.5 Authentication
2.7.4.6 Authentication
2.8 Logs Menu
2.8.1 Introduction
2.8.2 Log Settings Administrative Web Page
2.8.3 Log Summary Page
2.8.4 Proxy Logs Page
2.8.5 Firewall Logs Page
2.8.6 Intrusion Detection System Log Page
2.8.7 System Log Page
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