Re: No ip-masquerade after upgrade 2.2.19 to 2.4.20
Please disregard my previous email. On my fifth kernel compile, I now
have ipmasquerading. I enabled and included everything under the sun
with regard to ppp, iptables, ipchains, and ipmasquerading. Undoubtedly,
I have a bloated kernel with features I don't need, but it works now.
I now need to educate myself on the differences between 2.4 and 2.2 with
respect to iptables/ipchains. Is there a concise synopsis anywhere in
the Linux Documentation Project that I can reference?
Thanks to all who have replied.
On Tue, 24 Dec 2002, Russ Cook wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. I'm still in a quandary. I have installed
> .deb packages for iptables and ipmasq. I believe I have enabled
> the appropriate kernel options (there seem to be many more options
> in the 2.4 series kernel). I regret to say that I am ignorant of
> the intricacies of the iptables package, and don't have documentation
> to read. Is anyone willing to summarize the minimum kernel options
> I must enable to provide ipmasq over a ppp dial-up connection? I'm
> stuck and still using my old 2.2 kernel.
> Thanks much,
> On Mon, 23 Dec 2002, Paul Johnson wrote:
> > On Sun, Dec 22, 2002 at 09:21:03AM -0600, Russ Cook wrote:
> > > I recently took the plunge and upgraded the kernel on that machine
> > > from 2.2.19 to 2.4.20. Now, it no longer provides internet access
> > > for the lan. From the gateway's console, I can access the internet,
> > > so ppp is working. The machine is accessible from the other computers,
> > > so the eth0 funtions are working. Can anyone help me troubleshoot this
> > > problem?
> > Do you have iptables installed? If you're using the ipmasq package,
> > all you need to do is install iptables.
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