Re: Modem Gateway
>From the Compaq the "Ping 192.168.0.1" results in a 100% packet loss.
>From the DTK "Ping 192.168.0.2"
Packet log: output Deny tap0 Proto=1 192.168.0.1:8 192.168.0.2:0 L=84 S=0x00
I=37 F=0x0000 T=64 (#2)
Ah this leads me to understand the IPMASQ is not set up right.
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> Can each machine ping each other?
> If so, then the problem is with trying to ping outside
> of your network.
> I had a problem where I could not ping outside of my
> own network. It turned out I simply needed to reboot
> my router. ;)
> Hopefully this is as simple a solution as you as going
> to need. Just in case, try to ping from both machines
> to your Internet Service provider's DNS IP.
> --- "dan.hunt" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hey! I enjoy reading everyone's posts, and I am
> > begining to learn a thing or
> > two. Thanks!
> > As a fresh "gnubie" my lingering struggle (6 weeks)
> > is restoring internet
> > service to my home after begining my GNU/Linux
> > learning curve with Woody.
> > I have two machines each with woody and one NIC. I
> > have each NIC working and
> > connected with a crossover cable. Thanks to the
> > Ethernet-HOWTO. One machine
> > I call DTK has a modem in it that works without M$.
> > When I type route ( as root ) on the DTK machine It
> > feed me :
> > Destination : 192.168.0.2
> > Gateway: *
> > Genmask: 255.255.255.255
> > Flags: UH
> > Metric: 1
> > Ref: 0
> > Use: 0
> > Iface: tap0
> > Plus info about the dial up ip
> > Now the machine upstairs I call "Compaq"
> > Destination : 192.168.0.0 || default
> > Gateway: * || 192.168.0.1
> > Genmask: 255.255.255.000 || 0.0.0.0
> > Flags: U || UG
> > Metric: 0 || 0
> > Ref: 0 || 0
> > Use: 0 || 0
> > Iface: eth0 || eth0
> > I have installed squid on the "DPC" (modem) machine
> > and ipmasq.
> > Alas something is not quite right with the dial-up
> > configuration as I'm not
> > able to ping out anymore from the dpc to the
> > internet ( no dns ).
> > Please advise, or point me in the right directions (
> > time permitting ).
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