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Re: [K12OSN] WhiteBoxLinux K12LSTP Test NAT problem....



My guesses would be to see if iptables was altered, or perhaps an rc script to start them didn't get started.  Perhaps xinetd or bind upgrades changed something?

Sincerely,
Dave Hopkins


> I'm running WhiteBoxLinux on a server for a small office, some users have thin 
> clients and others have fat Windows clients using NAT to get out to the 
> internet.  I applied a large group of patches yesterday and rebooted the server 
> over night and the NAT (Network Address Translation) has stopped working.  I 
> tried reinstalling the nat-0.0.3-1.k12ltsp.1.3.1.noarch.rpm package to see if 
> that would fix the problem, but it did not.  Any ideas on where I should look 
> for the problem?  Here is the lengthy list of the packages that I upgraded 
> yesterday (see link below). Any help would be much appreciated as my fat client 
> users are clamoring for the internet:
> 
> http://www.law.uvic.ca/rmccue/packages.html
> 
> Rich McCue
> Systems Administrator
> UVic Faculty of Law
> www.law.uvic.ca
> (250) 472-4716
> 
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