@for newbie IPCop user.. (Assume IPCop V.2.0.6, IPgreen192.168.1.1)
to access IPCop WebGui :https://192.168.1.1:8443/cgi-bin/index.cgi
but unfortunately there is no menu URL Filter, dont worry
just replace index.cgi with urlfilter.cgi
on menu urlfilter.cgi
tick urlfilter enabled > save
back to Services>Proxy
go to the option Redirectors tick Enable (will show if step2 urlfilter enabled)
save, finish & restart your IPcop
2.1.1 will have it. The reason it was not enabled prior to the upcoming 2.1.0/2.1.1 update pair is because it was simply not ready, what you enabled is urlfilter in the state that it was in when the last full IPCop version was packaged which was unfinished. Hopefully when you update your modified system you won't end up with a mess.
To put it simply, the parts of urlfilter that are already there are not an easter egg to be discovered and used. Some important changes have been incorporated since 2.0.2-2.0.6 that will save your flash drive or even hard drive when updating your lists so long as you have more than 250MB of ram, else your drive will be thrashed for forty five minutes.. This is but one change that has occurred since then, there are many and may be more before 2.1.0/2.1.1 is actually ready.
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