Re: nat ipchains on debian woody
I´m novice on debian, i have decided recently to change from redhat or
mandrake (fatal experiencie in two years), so excuse my ignorance.
First i dont know how to do this step "The first thinng you must do is to
install a kernel with IPTABLES support"
How can I do it ? How can i test if it is on my server?
Second, I have see this on my server
morpheo:~# apt-get install iptables
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
Sorry, iptables is already the newest version.
0 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
It seems to be iptables installed but the previos errors said that iptables
where not avaliable.
Thanks in advance, and for your spanish response, I have a poor english too,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Enrique Dorantes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 10:09 PM
Subject: Re: nat ipchains on debian woody
On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 21:35:40 +0200
Christoph Löffler <email@example.com> wrote:
The first thinng you must do is to install a kernel with IPTABLES support,
the ipchains is not recomendable for kernels up to 2.4. The kernel packages
of woody distro have this support
Next you MUST install iptables: ip-tables apt-get install iptables
Then you should enable ip forward and ipfilter, with the instructions early
mentioned by Mark, but if you want to run a proxy ip forward is not necesary
You must read a lot of documentation of Squid and IPtables
Ahora en español,
Lo primero que tienes que hacer es bajar un kernel que soporte iptables,
ipchains esta desconntinuado.
Despues tienes que instalar ip-tables apt-get install iptables
Deespues hacer lo que te indicaron con anterioridad habilitar el ip forward
quee no es necesario si vas a poner un proxxy y el ipfilter.
Hay que leer mucha documentaciion de Squid y de IPtabless.
> Hello Francisco,
> Francisco Castillo wrote:
> > 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.
> For what reason do you want to use ipchains? If you just set up
> debian successfully i think you have also an actual kernel (> 2.4.x)
> From Version 2.4.x there is a new packet filter which is called
> iptables. On www.netfilter.org you find a lot of documentation.
> > Did you know how to give a NAT (ipmasquerade support) on a debian
> > woody kernel in order to solve my problem?
> Sorry, do not know about that.
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