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POP, SMTP and HTTPS doesn't work!

7 years ago, by henriquelm in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Yeap, that's how I setup my network every time I try to get squid to work, but because clients were able to access the internet (partially), I didn't know that I had to configure ICS, I thought that Softperfect Bandwidth Manager would be enough. I’m still not sure on which nic card should I enable the ICS, internal or external?

POP, SMTP and HTTPS doesn't work!

7 years ago, by henriquelm in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Yes, this is exactly how my network is setup at the moment. My client ipconfig /all: http://pastebin.com/y9Syx32s My server ipconfig /all: http://pastebin.com/bdx5zA34

POP, SMTP and HTTPS doesn't work!

7 years ago, by henriquelm in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I'm sorry, this is not the network setup that I have working right now, this is the setup that I am trying to get working with Squid and Softperfect Bandwidth Manager. At the moment I only have one network 192.168.2.* and all clients have straight access to the modem. Modem ADSL2 - 192.168.2.1 Server internal nic - 192.168.2.5 Clients IPs - 192.168.2.100 - 192.168.2.199 ----------

POP, SMTP and HTTPS doesn't work!

7 years ago, by henriquelm in Bandwidth Manager Forum

My network setup: Modem ADSL2 - 192.168.3.1 Ethernet cable Server external nic - 192.168.3.5 Server internal nic - 192.168.2.5 16 port switch Clients IPs - 192.168.2.100 - 192.168.2.199

POP, SMTP and HTTPS doesn't work!

7 years ago, by henriquelm in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I have just tried the rules you told me and the ones below and https, pop and smtp still doesn't work. Rule 1 Direction: Both Interface: Local Interface Source: Any: Any Destination: Any: 80 Protocol: TCP Advanced: Forward to 3128 Rule 2 Direction: Both Interface: Local Interface Source: Any: Any Destination: Any: Any Protocol: TCP/UDP

POP, SMTP and HTTPS don't pass through

7 years ago, by henriquelm in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I have just followed this link: http://www.softperfect.com/support/articles/squid/ to setup Squid NT to run on a Windows Server 2008 R2, and http works fine, but even though I have added both ports 80 and 443 to the squid rule, https doesn't work. I also would like to give access to the users to ports 25 and 110. How do I get https, pop, and smtp to pass through Softperfect Bandwidth Manager?