kheuer2 at gwdg.de
Thu Mar 4 04:29:44 PST 2004
On Thu, 4 Mar 2004, Kathy Quinlan wrote:
> I have a friend who can not get his FreeBSD 5.2 server to act as a
> gateway, from the internal network we can ping the external network
> card, but no further. From the server we can ping the entire world.
> I had him bring it over and set up my server (FreeBSD 4.8R as the
> gateway) so I now have:
> <ISP>----<My Server>-------<his Server>-------<laptop>
> >From the laptop I can ping as far as the external nic on his server.
> >From his server I can ping the world.
> I have googled, looked at the mailing list, but can not find the problem
> :o( I have re installed the server, incase he goofed up, same problem, I
> have swapped the external network card, same problem.
> Netstat -rn shows the default gateway (as my server)
> In rc.conf it has gateway_enable="YES"
> I am out of ideas
What IP addresses are used within the internal network? If you use
addresses like 10., 172.16.-172.31. or 192.168.1.-191.168.254., you should
use natd instead of routed on the server connected to the world outside.
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