[lug] @Home - A QUICK QUESTION.
DBonnell at BreeceHill.com
Thu Aug 24 09:49:04 MDT 2000
There are two things you need to do:
1. Verify that routing is indeed enabled. Look at
must have a nonzero value for forwarding to be enabled. If you
check the BLUG
archives, you will find a posting that I did that tells of a
scripting problem in
Redhat 6.2 that doesn't enable forwarding properly. This MIGHT be a
of 6.1 as well.
2. You must do ipchains also. I don't remember the exact syntax, but it
similar to this:
ipchains -A -i eth0 -s eth1 -j MASQ
where eth0 is NIC #1 and eth1 is NIC#2.
Hope this helps,
> On Wed, Aug 23, 2000 at 10:57:48PM -0700, nunar at mauromedia.net wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I'm trying to use my Redhat box as a firewall/router for my home
> network. I've got the linux
> > box working with @home but my windoze 2k box can't get out. Does anybody
> know what's
> > going on?
> > Configuration:
> > RedHat 6.1 Dual NIC's
> > NIC #1 - 24.*.*.* (going out to @home) sub- 255.255.252.0
> > NIC #2 - 192.168.0.1 - Internal Network sub- 255.255.255.0
> > Enable IP routing is on.
> > No IPChains or Masq (yet)
> > Win 2k 1 NIC - 192.168.0.50 sub- 255.255.255.0
> > Any feedback or comments are welcome!
> > Shannon
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