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Re: [SLE] Internal LAN cannot reach the wild Internet
  • From: Ken Schneider <suse-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 12:34:18 -0400
  • Message-id: <1116347658.8467.8.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wed, 2005-05-18 at 00:28 +0800, Ronald Wiplinger wrote:
> I have IP_FORWARD="yes"
>
> and I can reach from the server through each Interface the Internet and
> the LAN machines. However the LAN machines cannot go out to the Internet.
>
> I have restarted the network and the /var/log/messages says to that:
>
> May 18 00:25:49 www kernel: eth1: network connection down
> May 18 00:25:50 www ifup-route: Warning: Could not set up default route
> via interface
> May 18 00:25:50 www ifup-route: Command ip route replace to default via
> 61.220.121.17 returned:
> May 18 00:25:50 www ifup-route: . RTNETLINK answers: Network is unreachable
> May 18 00:25:50 www ifup-route: Configuration line: default
> 61.220.121.17 - -
> May 18 00:25:50 www ifup-route: This needs NOT to be AN ERROR if you set
> up multiple interfaces.
> May 18 00:25:50 www ifup-route: See man 5 routes how to avoid this warning.
> May 18 00:25:51 www SuSEfirewall2: Firewall rules successfully set from
> /etc/sysconfig/SuSEfirewall2
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: eth1: network connection up using port A
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: speed: 100
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: autonegotiation: yes
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: duplex mode: full
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: flowctrl: symmetric
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: irq moderation: disabled
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: tcp offload: disabled
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: scatter-gather: enabled
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: tx-checksum: enabled
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: rx-checksum: enabled
> May 18 00:25:51 www kernel: rx-polling: enabled
> May 18 00:26:00 www kernel: eth0: no IPv6 routers present
> May 18 00:26:00 www kernel: eth1: no IPv6 routers present
>
>
> What do I miss?
>
>
How do you connect to the internet? It looks like you are using a public
address on eth1 which I am not sure is appropriate. I would expect a
ppp0 or adsl0(?) interface which connects to the internet through your
ISP.

--
Ken Schneider
UNIX since 1989, linux since 1994, SuSE since 1998

"The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't suck is probably
the day they start making vacuum cleaners." -Ernst Jan Plugge


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