Freebsd-users digest, Vol 1 #1364 - 3 msgs

Andrew Hodgson andrewh at jhcs.co.uk
Wed Jun 11 15:48:52 BST 2003


Daniel Finnimore wrote:
> 
> I can ping the gateway (my BSD box) anytime what I can't do is ping the
> isp's servers 212.67.96.130 and 212.67.96.129 or their gateway
> 172.26.131.157, from my windows box 192.168.1.100. My internal network is
> fine I just can't get over the ppp link. Also if I ping the 212.67.96 ip's,
> from BSD, then I get wierd reply, but if I ping 172.26.131.157 I get the
> standard full reply. My BSD is set up for NFS, to give me ftp facilities and
> inetd. I have only set options in the kernel config of IPFIREWALL, IPDIVERT,
> IPFIREWALL_DEFAULT_TO_ACCEPT, IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE,
> IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT=100, and recompiled, rebooted.  Then /sbin/ipfw -f
> flush, then ppp onetel
>

OK, well it sounds like a problem with NAT. Have you looked at your natd
setup? That would decide whether any packets get from your internal card
to the outside.

HTH,

Andrew




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