joshlokken at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 8 18:42:45 PST 2003
>From which interface? Try these:
>(that will ping using the external interface)
>>ping -S 10.0.0.1 google.com
>(that will ping using the internal interface)
>If one works, but not the other, post your firewall
>rules and natd command line.
The FreeBSD machine is simply passing traffice for
the time being, no ipfw, no NAT. I know the name,
ut not much mre about the DSL modem I was given.It's an ARESCOM800, and the
service is **wince**
MSN DSL. The modem has a very simple html display
that gives me the very basics; modem IP (192.168.1.1),
netmask (255.255.255.252) and external IP.
rl0 is the modem-facing interface (external) on a
FreeBSD 4.9 "gateway". de0 is the LAN-facing
(internal) interface on the same machine. /etc/rc.conf
ifconfig_de0="inet 10.0.0.1 netmask 255.255.255.0"
I can reach the outside world from both intrefaces on the
gateway. rl0 is configured thusly (automatically via DHCP):
inet 192.168.1.2 netmask 255.255.255.252, with a default
gateway of 192.168.1.1.
Clients are configured as follows:
>From a client machine on the 10.0.0.0 network, I can ping
both de0 and rl0 on the gateway, but I cannot get any traffic
past rl0 to the cable modem from the LAN client. That is
where my minimal understanding of routing ends. I do not
know why I cannot pass traffic to the modem and out. I
hope this makes my problem clearer, thanks for the help.
After following up on the above reply, I find that I cannot
ping out from the LAN interface (de0, 10.0.0.1). Hmmm,
and again, no ipfw or NAT on the FreeBSD firewall.
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