what flags do you have set in your linux-2.2.*/.config file ???
what is the "generic" rules you have in your /etc/rc.firewall
have fun linuxing
On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Nate Amsden wrote:
> not sure what kernels your using but:
> - i've never gotten MASQ to work with DNS on 2.2 i've always had to put
> a DNS on the masq machine and point machines to it instead, this was not
> the case in 2.0 where it was able to masq without any trouble.
> try putting a DNS on yer masq box and point everything to it.
> Willi Dyck wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I don't understand the world (Debian)anymore.
> > As soon as I compile things like
> > - ip firewalling
> > - ip masquerading
> > - ip forwarding into the kernel, I can't ping any host by it's name.
> > I am able to ping IP's. Seems like a DNS Lookup failure. But why??
> > I didn't changed any file I only compiled the features listed above.
> > When I boot the old kernel again the problem seems to be gone.
> > WHY??? What is the logical thing here???
> > Thanx for your help.
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