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Re: [K12OSN] will this setup work?

I would agree that you should have a firewall.  IPcop is probably the
easiest to setup and very good.

K12ltsp should work for what you are doing without anything special.
Before you get too complicated with your solution, be sure that you
have the correct Gateway on eth1 and that your DNS is set to your
ISP's DNS servers.


On 8/31/07, willhatch fayhoneyknoppschool org
<willhatch fayhoneyknoppschool org> wrote:
> Howdy all,
> I swear that at one point I had my network working with the cable modem
> connected directly to my k12ltsp server (eth1), then to my 25 port switch;
> thin clients boot and internet worked, and Windows machines plugged into the
> switch had internet too.
> I have this set up with k12ltsp 6.0, and the thin clients boot/have
> internet, but the Machines cannot find the internet.  I went with a pretty
> basic install of the k12 software.  What could be my problem?  Do I have to
> have a router in there somewhere?
> If I install a wireless router between the cable modem and the k12 server,
> will my teachers be able to get wireless to their laptops?
> Thanks!
> Will
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