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Author: James 
Date:   28-09-00 21:55

Greetings. I'm having a bit of trouble getting Netatalk up and running.

I installed the netatalk-asun port, and recompiled the exact same Kernel config I'd been using with OPTIONS NETATALK included. I booted back up, and all TCP/IP functions ceased. Programs such as ping/traceroute would get a:
sendto: Permission denied
Error. When booting, I also noticed that IP_FW errors had scrolled by. I use natd currently, and it works great. Would adding the netatalk option to the Kernel fiddle with the NATD at all?

I'm running FreeBSD 4.1-Release, on a Pentium 166. If you need more info, please ask!


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 RE: Netatalk
Author: randall ehren 
Date:   04-10-00 05:37

would it be possible for you to switch from NATD to ipnat? i had similar problems while using NATD and a firewall setup with netatalk-asun, but now that i just use ipnat all my problems were fixed.

here is a link to how i setup ipnat on my machine:

<a href=""> click here </a>

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 RE: Netatalk
Author: randall ehren 
Date:   04-10-00 05:39

sorry, that link was wrong. here is the correct link:

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