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Posted on 2011-02-17
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I have an Untangle server that is Bridged internet filter.  Connected between firewall/router (monowall - 192.168.25.254) and internal switch.  The two interfaces act as a bridge and all traffic going across the "wire" is scanned.  I need to uninstall the server.  Can I simply unplug the untangle server or do I need to reconfigure anything.
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by:Rick Hobbs
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If it is a bridge  and the IP address is the same on both sides of the Untangle unit, you should be able to just unplug it.
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by:rtroia
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That's what i would think, but when I do that i have no internet.
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We ended up replacing the untangle.
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Could not find a work around
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by:L_Lord
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The ip can not be the same on the untangle bridge. They haven to be at least one number different .  You will have to set the machine ip back to what ever you had the untangle bridge set to.
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