Now that DHCP or PPPoE settings have been properly configured, the network needs to be restarted for all the changes to take effect.
To restart the network from the WebTool start in System Management, then select Network Configuration and click the 'Restart Networking' link. The network will be restarted when the page refreshes.
At this time you must redefine the trusted and untrusted ethernet devices. The system may be more vulnerable to an attack during this time.
To define a trusted and untrusted host go to 'Security' from the main WebTool menu. Select Firewall Setup and then General Configuration.
You can select your ethernet devices from the pull-down menu. If you are configuring broadband access you will want to make the DHCP or PPPoE device the untrusted device and the trusted device the device configured for your internal network.
When you have selected the devices click 'Save Configuration' followed by the 'Restart Firewall' option above it.
Once the firewall has been restarted it's a good precaution to confirm that DNS is running as expected.
From the main WebTool screen select the 'EnGarde Audit System' (EAS). At this point select 'Services' from the pull-down menu, click 'Change Applet'. A new pull-down menu will appear. Select 'DNS Server' from this one.
If DNS is running properly the status will be 'Enabled'. Additionally the DNS service should be 'Enabed' in the 'At Boot:' section as well.
More information concerning the usage of the EnGarde Audit System can be found in Section on page .