On Fri, 2006-03-10 at 06:52 -0500, James Pifer wrote: > > > After I make the connection I do iptables -F so it's wide open > > > > This flushes only the filter table. > > > > > When I try to use the connection the machine is still doing NAT. > > > > Check the nat table: > > # iptables -t nat -L > > > Yeah, it's doing MASQUERADE. Is there any way to turn that off so the > machine just acts like a router? Sorry for the delay, I lost this thread somehow... Anyway, you were almost there: iptables -F -t nat Without -t, all commands affect only the filter table by default. The permanent configuration is in /etc/sysconfig/iptables, btw. Cheers Steffen.
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