[Honeywall] Fwd: help needed in configuration of honeywall

Matthew Tatalovic matthew.tatalovic at gmail.com
Mon Jul 14 23:12:22 EDT 2008

I am using honeywall 1.3.

Any help would be appreciated greatly, as for some reason I am still not
able to get it to run.
I have started over a few times now trying to get the configuration right.

On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 11:28 PM, Rob McMillen <rvmcmil at gmail.com> wrote:

> I think a picture of the network setup and what is virtual and what is
> not would be a great start.  Also a honeynet.conf ( a freshly dumped
> one after you have completely configured your system).
> I've been running virtual honeynets for a while without issues, and I
> use them for development and testing.  I have a vmware server running
> on linux host with 4 nics.  My honeywall has two bridged nics:
> 1 bridged to the internet (honeywall eth0).
> 1 bridged to my private network  (honeywall eth2) <= for management
> interface so other systems on my private network can access the
> walleye interface.
> My final honeywall nic (eth1) is a virtual network and is connected to
> the same virtual network as my honeypot.
> My current internet connectivity is limited as I have moved and I am
> just now moving into a home.  I will have some time this weekend to
> bring up my development server that has been in storage for the past
> few months because I did not have a house to put it in :)
> I will make a step by step doc with screen captures of how I
> setup/configure my virtual honeynet ( to include my honeywall and my
> honeypot(s) ) in vmware server.  Once I get done with this document, I
> will post it on the honeywall wiki.  It will be similar to the one I
> did for sebek:
> https://projects.honeynet.org/sebek/wiki/Building%20and%20Installing%20Sebek%20client%20in%20Ubuntu%20Server%207.10
> Apologies for being absent, but a new job made me move and the move
> has not been very smooth.  I should have reliable internet by the end
> of next week.
> Thanks in advance,
> Rob
> P.S.  By the way, what version of the honeywall are you using?
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