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Re: IP Masquerade. . .



It's not a big mistery and it's hardly a problem if you spend even the
shortest time looking for/at the documentation.  Anyway go to
www.linuxdoc.org and look for the HOWTOs section.  Just to steer you in
the right direction take a look at the excellent Linux IP Masquarade
Resource page:

http://members.home.net/ipmasq/

It'll have the IP masq HOWTO and it'll point you to further info.

You'll also need the following HOWTO but it'll be mentioned in the IP masq
HOWTO:

Kernel HOWTO:
http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/Kernel-HOWTO.html

And don't forget to always RTFM (Read The *Fine* Manual :) because chances
are a lot of people have had a problem like yours before.

Marcin Pacyna
I.D. Internet Direct (Toronto)
Entry Level System Administrator

On Tue, 23 Nov 1999, Neil D. Roberts wrote:

> AAAAaaarrgghhhh
> 
> "IP Masquerade requires the kernel to be compiled with CONFIG_FIREWALL,
> CONFIG_IP_FIREWALL, CONFIG_IP_FORWARD, and CONFIG_IP_MASQUERADE. "
> 
> Oh my God. . . .Anybody know how to do this ?
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