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Re: [K12OSN] ip forwarding



Did you try using the -net option of the route command?
  route add -net 192.168.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 216.216.171.210

john-

Julius Szelagiewicz wrote:

> Jim, Listers,
>         i am in trouble. i got a workaround to get the ip forwarding going
> into the private network by adding route to specific hosts. it is ugly but
> it works. route add 192.168.0.0 gw 216.216.171.210 doesn't work, but
> route add 192.168.0.253 gw 216.216.216.210 works. can't see why.
>         i couldn't leave well enough alone and decided to try disabling
> ipchains by lokkit. all my networks sit begind firewalls anyway, so it
> seemed like a good idea. bad move. all the windoze machines getting
> dhcp from the k12os server lost connectivity to internet - the server
> stopped passing packets out. i am in a very uncomfortable situation - i
> did it on the production server. restarting ip chains did not help.
> ltsp workstation have access to the net, just the widoze boxes and
> one remote site bridged through the server affected.
>         please help. julius
>
> p.s. i have one one test
> server where i could get the ipchains files from, but i don't even know
> what those files are outside of /proc.
>
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