Re: URGENT! help w/ Linux@work
That would be why i made the distinction between the gateway machine and
the machine on the internal network - indicating that I understand they
are not the same machine. The machine on the internal network would be
the machine in question, and the gateway machine would be the gateway
machine. I dont really see any confusion there...
On Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 06:45:02PM -0400, email@example.com wrote:
> I think you need to setup something on the gateway machine like
> with MASQ (ip masquerading) to give your machine on the internal
> access to the internet.
> Go to linuxdoc.org and look for howto's on IPCHAINS, MASQ, Firewalls,
> etc. I am no expert on the matter, but that should give you a good
>I don't know about that. He never said that the box in question *was*
>the gateway, he just said it needed to go through a gateway. Of
>that's the way everything (routers excepted) accesses the internet, so
>it's really just a basic net access question.
>At least, that was the impression I got from the mail. It sounded like
>there was another Linux box that was the gateway, but that isn't the
>he was asking about...
>Cameron, I'm sure you'll correct me if I'm wrong...
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