On Sat, 5 Jun 1999 19:00:12 -0500 (CDT) Cathal Garvey <beb at beb.ie> wrote:
| I don't "expect" any help, but I would gratly appreciate if someone (who
| has IP Masquerading working well) could mail me their route table (when
| PPP active) and ipfwadm table.
| Basically I can ping any internet address from any private client, I can
| use squid successfully, but I cant telnet, ftp or http any IP addy or host
| name from any clients (without going thru squid for http or telnetting to
| the linux box).
Right, now be warned that this is from the stand point of somebody who only
got it working for the first time less than an hour ago...
I downloaded ipchains-1.3.9 and installed, read the docs,
rebuilt my kernel (2.2.9), rebooted, entered the documented commands (bar the
deny command). And it worked. I was able to telnet from a linux box, reboot to
NT, use Netscape (without proxying). Unfortunately I was unable to run some
ISAKMP software, anybody with thoughts about this? (I'm currently building the
FreeSwan snapshot). Of course my default gateway is also the one bringing up
--- Paul Mc Auley <pmcauley at iol.ie>
- lisp, v.: To call a spade a thpade.
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