Manual - Appendix III: Legal Notices
In addition to both proprietary and open-source first-party components, Cipafilter firmware contains numerous open-source components derived from third-party projects. Cipafilter aims to meet the licensing requirements of all of these projects.
For legal notices, acknowledgements, and copyright/licensing information, please see the file legal.php
page, also present on every filter's Web interface.
This article provides links to the individual sections of the Cipafilter product manual. A PDF of the Cipafilter product manual is attached to this article. Introduction Interface Conventions Installation Status Management Users Hot Spare ...
Manual - Appendix II: Privacy / remote access disclosures
Your Cipafilter contains several features which, while designed to enhance usability and provide for excellent support, may create privacy concerns for some. In the interest of maintaining openness and an informed user base, these features are ...
Manual - Appendix I: Dot notation to CIDR notation translation table
The following table shows how to convert common dot-notation subnet masks to CIDR-notation subnet bits. As an example: The subnet mask 255.255.0.0 , when applied to 172.16.0.0 , will cover the addresses 172.16.0.0 – 172.16.255.255 . To refer to this ...
Manual - Group Permissions
Permissions for groups of users are managed here. Each group has individual settings for the different filtering technologies available, as well as a separate whitelist and blacklist. On this page, you can also edit the global whitelist and blacklist ...
Manual - Troubleshooting
The Troubleshooting page runs diagnostics on the Cipafilter and reports back the results. Each test returns one of the following results: OK (green): The test returned a passing/positive result — the tested function is behaving as expected. CAUTION ...