DHCP and LAN...

Discussion in 'Other Ghost Security Software' started by Mercurybird, Jan 19, 2006.

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  1. Mercurybird

    Mercurybird Registered Member

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    Hey I just installed Ghostwall. I have DHCP1, DHCP2, and DHCP3 listed, as well as LAN1 and LAN2 listed. Is this supposed to be this way? Or do I have some redundancy that I was unaware of until now? If it is the latter can I delete the redundancy?

    Thanks! :p
     
  2. Disciple

    Disciple Registered Member

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    What you are seeing on the fresh install is all of the default GW rules. They are are only a starting point, so by all means delete the redundancy, modify any rules to suit your LAN situation. Have fun with it, it's an amazing firewall.
     
  3. Mercurybird

    Mercurybird Registered Member

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    Thank you. Will do! :D
     
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