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Re: connect to internet problem

Have you made sure that you have ip forwarding enabled on the machine your hosts are forwarding through?

Check /etc/sysctl.conf for net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1, if its set to 0 set to 1 and then sysctl -p

Another thing to think about is nat, are you using nat? If not is it a routing issue?


On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, tamer amr wrote:


i changed Chain INPUT policy tot DROP   and accept only what i need and make this in the OUTPUT chain and the FORWARD chain
 but when i try to connect the internet from any host in local network i can't why?

in the FORWARD chain i accept any packet come from my local network

thank you in advance

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