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 NATD Woes-Please Help
Author: David Elliott 
Date:   02-04-00 07:35

My BSD machine can access the outside & ping the win98 machines on the inside. The win98 machines can ping the bsd gateway but can't seem to get beyond that. DNS is disabled on the win98 machines.

Ipfirewall & Ipdivert are enabled in kernel.

Rc.firewall is diverting 8668 all from any to any via mx0 (the connection to my internal LAN).

Natd.conf has interface mx1,port 8668, use_sockets, same_ports and unregistered_only to yes, and dynamic yes.

rc.d has dhclient mx1, if_config mx0 inet, and natd -f /etc/natd.conf as an executable script that runs at boot-up.

rc.conf has firewall & gateway enabled. if_config for mxo again, network interfaces of mx0 mx1 lo0, natd is enabled using interface mx1 and flags -f /etc/natd.conf.

I appreciate any and all responses.

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 RE: NATD Woes-Please Help
Author: TimBeR 
Date:   21-04-00 05:50

Why don't you use ipfilter and ipnat it is easier and the diary here gives the best damn intructions I have ever seen on the net. also make sure in your rc.conf in the /etc/defaults has tcp_extentions_enabled=YES and gateway enabled=yes
you should be up in no time. hope this helps a little

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