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Re: nat ipchains on debian woody

Have you tried iptables instead?  If your kernel supports iptables,

echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/$both_eth_devs/rp_filter

iptables -t nat -I POSTROUTING -s -i eth1 -o eth0 -j

iptables also does the firewalling in other chains, btw


--- Francisco Castillo <fcastillo@hostgreen.com> wrote:
> Hello Gurus, 
> I have installed a debian woody with to interfaces eth0 and eth1. I
> has configured the internet conexion on eth0 which has got a static
> ip on internet. And on eth1 i want to put a interface to do a proxy
> nat gateway on my internal lan (i want to put a on it). 
> I have read doc to do it but when i apply this doc i have a "your
> kernel seems to not support ipchains" messages when i try to do this.
> After this i have a ip on eth1 but my pc´s on the
> internal lan can´t have internet access througth the eth0 (internet
> conexion). 
> I think that the problem is that the kernel do not have a
> ipmasquerade support (NAT suppport), so i think that this is the only
> steep i need to do in order to apply correct the steps of the
> configuration that i has a problem with. So 
> Did you know how to give a NAT (ipmasquerade support) on a debian
> woody kernel in order to solve my problem? 
> What do exactly the command "apt-get install ipmasq" in this context
> ?
> Thanks in advance, 
> Francisco. 

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