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Re: [K12OSN] ip forwarding



You reactivated ipchains right?
(I suppose it is because you said your x-terms are able to access the Internet).
Just to make sure, type ipchains -L on the k12 server and check out the forward
section.
Do you see the MASQ line stating that all protocols from the internal network is
masqueraded to Internet interface?

Julius Szelagiewicz a écrit :

> Guy,
>         winipcfg, ipconfig and ifconfig on linux all show that everything
> is fine: dns, gateway are set to the same server address on eth0. dns gets
> resolved fine (there is something in ipchains file about "dns
> punch-through"). pings go fine to eth0 address and to eth1 address,
> nothing further. the really weird thing is that all i did was to *disable*
> ipchains through lokkit. i think the users are looking for a suitable
> piece of rope ....
> julius
>
> On Tue, 23 Apr 2002, Guy Lessard wrote:
>
> > If i understand the terminals are 100% fonctionnal, only winblows have
> > problems.
> > Run winipcfg on the winblows and take a good hard look at the IP, mask,
> > gateway, dns
> > Is everything OK?
> > If so, from winblows, ping eth0 (Internal, private) of  the k12ltsp server,
> > if ok then try to ping eth1 (public), can you get that far? (use ip
> > addresses here)
> > Can you ping a host (Known ip address on the public side (other than eth1)?
> >
> > If you get this far, try out name resolution:
> > Ping yahoo.com ?
> >





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