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Re: iptables - can't locate module ip_tables


Did you enable "packet filtering" (or similar) in your kernel? You need 
to do so either statically or as modules in order to rum iptables.

Cheers, mab

On Mon, Oct 18, 2004 at 09:46:37AM +0300, Sebastien Venot wrote:
> hello,
> I installed Debian and i compiled my kernel to get the verison 2.4.18.
> now i try to use ip masquerade to enable nat on the machine:
> iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE
> i got this error message:
> iptables - can't locate module ip_tables
> So i guess there is no module ip_tables in my debian machine.
> I successfully upgraded my kernel so if i do
> uname -a i can see the verison 2.4.18.
> what is wrong? how can i fix this without recompiling the whole kernel?
> thanks a lot
> sebastien
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