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Tue Dec 11 06:46:01 PST 2007
Alaor Barroso de Carvalho Neto <alaorneto at gmail.com> wrote: Hi guyz, it's me again. I think I don't know what I'm doing, so I ask for
help. I have three private networks(192.168.1, 10.10.0, 192.168.2) and a
link to the external world 200.212.X, what I want to do is that my FreeBSD
connect all the networks to the external world and the 192.168.1 to the
10.10.0, so a machine in 192.168.1 would ping to a machine in 10.10.0. I
have a brand new copy of freebsd in my machine, I just configured the four
interfaces in rc.conf, that's all I did. gateway_enable is set to true.
The interfaces are connected to each network. What's the next step?
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If you dont know what you are doing perhaps you should read documentation for ipf, ipfw and pf firewalls to understand which is best suited in your environment:
After that you should try to configure your own rules like in configuration examples.
If still not working then let us know.
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