Re: Setting up a server
No, that don't work.
Below is a previous post of mine. In response to this, one person said
to use iptables since I was using 2.4.xx kernel.
However, if I try to submit any iptables commands, like: iptables -L
I get an error: "modprobe: can't locate module ip_tables
iptables v1.2.6a: can't initialize iptables table 'filter': iptables
who? (do you need to insmod?)
Perhaps iptables or your kernel needs to be upgraded."
So, does this mean I didn't compile it in my kernel as I thought? I
assume this is Network packet filtering that I mentioned below.
Having compiled a 2.4.18 kernel with Freeswan I discover the following
When I try to give the command, for example: ipchains -P forward DENY
I get an error: "ipchains: Protocol not available"
But I see that I the ipchains packet installed. There isn't an ipchains
to be configured into the kernel, however, there is the option: Network
packet filtering (replaces ipchains), which I'm pretty certain I did
What is the cause of this?
David Wright wrote:
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
and configure iptables masquerading. Start with something simple, like
making sure you can forward a ping, and watch everything with ethereal.
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