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CD Install Guide

You are on your way to a simpler, easier way to manage your network. This guide shows you how to convert an ordinary PC into an Untangle Server using anUntangle Install CD.

What does the Untangle Server do?
The Untangle Server gives you a simple way to protect, control, and monitor your computer network. It delivers the technology you need to protectfrom threats such as viruses, spyware, and attacks. It protects productivity by controlling illegitimate web surfing, and gives an in depth view of network activity. All this in a single usableinterface.

Reports provides clear, concise reports about network traffic and policy violations. With this information you can spot problems related to viruses or spyware and also monitor illegitimate userbehavior, such as web surfing or instant messaging.

The Untangle Server runs on a PC located between your Internet connection (cable/DSL modem, etc.) and your computer network switch. It can eitherreplace or complement an existing Router or Firewall.

Hardware Requirements
CPU: Memory: Hard Drive: Network Cards:

1.0 GHz 512 MB 20 GB 2

2.0+ GHz 1-2 GB40+ GB 3+ (for DMZ)

You must have a bootable CD/DVD drive installed in order to install Untangle server on your computer.

Step 1. Connect your Server
Connect the Untangle server in yournetwork as you intend to use it, doing this now will assist in later stages of the installation. The following diagrams show the two most commonly used methods. If need to get your Untangle serverprepared off-line first, make sure that the Untangle server has internet access. You will be able to connect it as intended later. If you already have a router/firewall and want to keep it installed,install the Untangle server between the firewall and your main internal switch. In this scenario, the Untangle server will function as a bridge. You do not need to change the default route (gateway) on...
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