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Re: interesting Proplem using Linux as a Router



Did you add a default gateway:

route add default gw <ip address of gateway>

And make sure you let your firewall send dns traffic through if you are handing your internal clients dns servers from outside your internal lan.

Romeo


On Jun 26, 2006, at 11:55 PM, Omar Hasan wrote:


Hi all,
   I ahave configure linux to act as a router.  I have
set up the iptables and forwarding and the DHCP
server.  when I ping an a public IP address such as
68.x.x.x for yahoo, I am able to ping.  However, when
I ping a domain name such as www.yahoo.com, I cannot
ping.  How can I have the IP address to resolve to a
domain name.

Regards,

Omar

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