Re: ipmasq and howto
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- Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2000 14:34:46 -0600
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On Sat, Apr 01, 2000 at 12:14:52PM -0600, matt garman wrote:
> I executed "ipchains -P forward ACCEPT" for the three default chains
> (forward, output, intput), so that I could in fact have "(policy ACCEPT)"
> for all three chains.
Problem solved, all of my roommates and I are connected!
Thank you very much all of you that helped me out!
Matt Garman, email@example.com
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the guitarists said they don't play guitar solos because they've been
done. Well, I guess that's true if you stick with what's been done.
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