Re: --==Hardware Firewall Question==--
From: Alan Goodjohn (alan_at_agoodjohn.freeserve.co.uk)
Date: Sat, 10 May 2003 14:25:30 +0100
there is a way to connect a cat5 lead from one terminal to annother and that
resets it you then network it and go in with your web broswer on 192.168.1.1
regards Alan G
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> Hi folks,
> I picked up a used hardware firewall from a local reseller a day ago,
> (SonicWall SOHO/10) and he said it does not have any doc's or software
> with it. I thought, oh no prob, I'll just jump onto the website and
> download everything I need. Uh, well seems they don't support it
> anymore! Imagine that!! I was wondering if anyone out there might be
> able to help with some doc's and or software so I can get this thing
> implemented on my home network. I have done a few searches on the net,
> all ending up pointing me back to SonicWall's site, and we now know
> that is a bust.
> A quick note to what it looks like:
> Back of the unit:
> Left side has 4 rj-45 ports:
> Left most port is = "To Hub"
> The other 3 ports = "To Computers".
> Right side has 1 rj-45 "WAN" port.
> There is a button on the back for the "rest/test" LED on the front
> panel, as well as LED's for each connection.
> Including LED's for the WAN (Link, TX, RX)
> I have plugged it in and it seems to act fine as a stand alone hub,
> but have no way to configure it for the firewall on the WAN side using
> it with my cable modem. Am going to grab my crossover and string it up
> to the WAN side with my cable modem tonight, and see what happens.
> Any help would be appreciated.
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