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McAfee Web Gateway

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I have a McAfee 4500 web filter appliance that I am trying to install, but it is making me crazy!

I have the wan connection ran to port1

LAN connection to Port2

If I have the WAN hooked up and the filter no internet

If I hook the WAN into the switch I have internet, but webfilter is unreachable.

What gives!!!

here is the settings I have on it

10.0.0.55
255.255.254.0
DNS1 - 10.0.0.20
DNS2 -10.0.0.70

Help please!!!!

Thanks,

Brad
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Disconnect all cables but one you try to connect and use to manage the device...
Try different ports until you get the web interface....
Once there do all firmware updates and reset after and configure as new...
If failing - read more docs and reset again..
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