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Re: ipmasq and howto

Try something like this with your IP No's  in   /etc/init.d/network

#! /bin/sh
ifconfig lo
route add -net
#ethernet card
ifconfig eth0
route -add net
route -add net gw
ifconfig ppp ${IPADDR} netmask ${NETMASK} broadcast ${BROADCAST}
route add -net ${NETWORK}
[ "${GATEWAY}" ] && route add default gw ${GATEWAY} metric 1
/sbin/ipfwadm -F -a acc -m -b -S -D

----- Original Message -----
From: matt garman <garman@uiuc.edu>
To: Jeff Gordon <jeff.gordon@wellnow.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2000 6:47 AM
Subject: Re: ipmasq and howto

> On Fri, Mar 31, 2000 at 07:52:01AM -0500, Jeff Gordon wrote:
> > The answer seems to be, "Yes...sort of." :-)  See if this helps:
> > ...
> Thanks for all the help!  But unfortunately it's not working.
> I double checked the IP-Masquerading howto to make sure I have all the
> necessary kernel components compiled in.  I also installed the ipmasq
> package and rebooted.  When I establish a PPP connection, however, I
> cannot see the external network (i.e. the internet) from my roommate's
> computer (e.g. cannot ping outside of 192.168.*, cannot load web pages).
> By the way, I do have my roommate's computer recognizing mine and mine
> seeing his (I've got samba working to share files between the two
> computers also).
> I also tried following your steps, still no luck.  I've got a network
> traffic monitor utility called wmnet running on both my modem and ethernet
> card.  I had my roommate watch these programs for activity while I tried
> pinging, telnetting and httping from his computer.  He said he saw
> activity on both monitors, but still I couldn't get productive results on
> his computer.  He's running Windows 98.
> Anyone have any ideas?  Are there any config files I could post that would
> be useful in diagnosing the problem, or output of any particular program?
> Thanks,
> Matt
> --
> Matt Garman, garman@ews.uiuc.edu
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>  the guitarists said they don't play guitar solos because they've been
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