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[ale] routing and firewalls question
- Subject: [ale] routing and firewalls question
- From: cness at gloster.vivid.net (Chris Ness)
- Date: Wed, 19 Nov 1997 19:23:19 -0500
chrisf at computone.com wrote:
> If the internal network is on a priavte IP scheme, You'll never be
> able to ping Internet. But you should be able to ping router if
> you use approiate route commands and use IP_FORWARDING. Also
> you can set up a web server on the Linux machine and set it up
> to allow all PC's internally to proxy.
Then howcome I can ping outside addresses from inside my masqueraded
Am I doing something wrong? I figured it was because I had ICMP
masquerading compiled into the kernel.
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