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Re: Firewalls, IP Masq'ing, etc
I think I figured this out. I loaded the ip_masq_*.o modules from
/lib/modules/2.2.14/ipv4, and it seems to be working. Now, what I'm
wondering is, am I going to have to do this for everything that works in a
similar fashion to FTP? ICQ, Jabber, etc? I'm sure this will all come
out more the more I play with it all. Of course, this is all kind of
moot, considering I should probably be playing with 2.4's firewalling
instead. Anyone have a cookbook of stuff to remember when installing 2.4?
I have yet to find a list of all the little things I'm going to need to
upgrade to use 2.4. Anyway, back to work...
Koree A. Smith | Ameth Technologies
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On Sun, 4 Mar 2001, KoReE wrote:
> I set up IP Masq last night for the first time. All seems well, as it was
> only one line of ipchains code to get it working. However, I don't really
> know where to go from here. I looked at your example on stllinux.org,
> Steve, and understand most of it, but have not implemented it all yet.
> What's happening is, any host on the network that tries to FTP gets an
> error that 192.168.0.blah:10blah, no route to host. I'm guessing that
> when FTP opens up the helper ports for transfers, etc, they're being
> denied. I would like to have everything denied, but I would like for the
> connections to be granted when it's something one of the machines on my
> network has aksed for. Any help or pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> Koree A. Smith | Ameth Technologies
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> Nous pensons que Linux représente à terme une menace pour Windows.
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