From: Fred de Klein <fred.deklein@io...> - 2003-03-20 15:08:53
Hi there, am using Devil Linux (0.5) as a VPN server at the moment, but I was
wondering, is there also the possibility to use NAT/masquerading??
Help much appreciated.
Fred de Klein
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From: Chad E. Martin <chad@th...> - 2003-03-20 15:54:01
On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Fred de Klein wrote:
> Hi there, am using Devil Linux (0.5) as a VPN server at the moment, but I was
> wondering, is there also the possibility to use NAT/masquerading??
Sure. It's got iptables, which is all you need. Firewall Builder can
help you set up a set of rules for iptables if you're not familiar with
I'm building a firewall with an old Pentium I. I'm using DevilLinux V0.5b6. Now I got stuck on the following two problems.
1. It seems to be impossible to create a floppy on another machine. Not on my Win98 machine and not on my Linux machine. After making such a flop it crashes on booting and says something like: "a problem with permissions". The creation of the first flop was a success and with save-config making a new one works fine. But when I want to store the files I edited on one of the other machines it crashes.
2. Both network-cards work fine (both can be used as ETH0 and ETH1 vise-versa) but communication from ETH0 to ETH1 seems not to work.
In both cases I probably miss something quite simple But I don't see it. I would appreciate some help.
Henk G Minderman
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