Problem with Firewall...
josh at tcbug.org
Sun Nov 27 00:41:50 GMT 2005
On Saturday 26 November 2005 12:02 pm, siva m wrote:
> I recently installed FreeBSD 6-Release on my AMD AthlonXP box.
> I recompiled the kernel with 'cvstag=6_RELENG' with firewall
> enabled and everything went smoothly. I buildworld, compiled kernel
> and installed it. And after installing the world in single user
> mode, I tried to boot into newly installed kernel, everything seems
> to be fine except that there is no internet connection. I enabled
> the FIREWALL="yes" in my rc.conf and the firewall type I specied as
> 'client'. Also I specified the IP address and network in the
> 'rc.firewall' file.
> I have a VoIP adapter at home connected through my cable modem,
> and my ethernet connection is coming out of it. I specied a static
> internal IP with a gateway. Even when I booted my newly compiled
> kernel, the VoIP phone seems to be not working. I also have debian
> linux on my second harddisk and the internet is working fine on
> Can anyone please tell me what's going wrong? and if I am
> missing something.
> thanks in advance,
Could you attach your kernel config file and /etc/rc.conf. I suspect
that you didn't put gateway_enable="YES" into rc.conf but there are
other things that could be an issue besides that.
More information about the freebsd-questions