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Re: [suse-security] Masquerading unter Kernel 2.4
  • From: Harald Nikolisin <harald.nikolisin@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 15:26:44 +0100
  • Message-id: <20020107142528.A90E3E63DD@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
yes, many changes in the last years ;-)

no connection, try:
http://sdb.suse.de/de/sdb/html/thallma_smpppd_start.html

ipchains is valid for Kernel 2.2. For the 2.4 series you need iptables. When
you need a fast solution without firewall(!) read:
http://bolug.uni-bonn.de/wissen/masquerading.html

greetings
harald

Am Montag, 7. Januar 2002 15:11 schrieb OKDesign oHG Security Administrator:
> Hi folks,
>
> I seem to have a problem with getting my LAN into the net.
> I've set up a new 7.3-system (Kernel 2.4) which sould act as a
> router/proxy/firewall between the LAN and the internet (I don't like my
> users surfing in the net directly *g*). My own workstation should be able
> to connect to the net directly while the rest of the LAN has to use squid,
> so I have to activate Masquerading. But this won't work. I normally use:
>
> ipchains -P forward MASQ
> ipchains -A forward -s 192.168.0.110 -j MASQ
>
> But this won't work anymore. Is there a new syntax for it ?
>
> Second problem is, when opening a connection (ADSL) with rp-pppoed the
> connection is done, I get my dynamic IP, but can't connect to any host in
> the net. When trying a ping, I get "connection error" (or failure ? Don't
> know exactly as I'm at home again). I did everything as usually
> (adsl-setup, typing in the correct information, adsl-start) but there is
> some problem. As I said, the connection is "opened" and my dynIP is also
> given, but nothing else. Also traceroute won't work (lots of *, thats all).
> Routing seems to be okay (default 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 eth1, which is the
> network-card connected to the DSL-modem).
>
> Any hint, also if only an URL where I can find the infos, is greatly
> appreciated.
>
> ... First tries with Kernel 2.4 and nothing works :-) ...
>
> thx.
> Stephan

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