NethServer release 7.2.1511 (rc1):
Greetings y'all! I'm a new Nethserver user (coming from Zentyal) and have a config/setup question which I A) cannot find an answer to and B) do not even know if it is important or not.
The question is: on my network interfaces screen, the NIC connected to my cable modem is indicating that it is using multi-WAN, but it isn't - I have one WAN provider and one NIC on my Nethserver box is connected by Cat6 directly to the NIC on my cable terminal adapter...how do I remove the multi-WAN information? Or, do I even need to? I'd like to get my base setup correct before digging in and creating further conundrums for myself and/or anyone on the forum!
NICS - Device List in "Network" module screen cap.
Edit NIC screen cap.
My setup is really simple and I'm not using Nethserver for any heavy lifting - this is a very straightforward home network where Nethserver is providing firewall, DHCP, DNS and, hopefully, VPN connectivity at some point in the near future. The box housing Nethserver is a dual-NIC Gigabyte BRIX S with a Core I3. I ran Zentyal on this box initially because my little Linux experience is with Ubuntu (server and desktop) and that seemed comfortable...that said, Zentyal seems to be focusing more on "non-gateway" functionality and Nethserver looked to be a more "let's focus on getting 'core' functionality 'right'" solution.
I'll also caveat/apologize in advance that my server admin/networking knowledge is at the "just enough to be dangerous" level...so, if there is any additional info I need in this post - just let me know! I'm all about learning!