Subject: Re: Firewall setup.
To: Francesco Zerra <email@example.com>
From: Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/24/1998 19:41:09
On Nov 24, Francesco Zerra wrote
> Hi NetBSD gurus,
> I want to get my local network and the internet divided so I'm setting up a
> firewall and I'm going to use NAT.
> The machine is a 486 with, obviously, 2 network cards (one for local network
> and the other for the Internet), an hard disk drive :))
> and NetBSD 1.3.2
> I've already read '/usr/share/examples/ipf/*' but...
> I have, now, just a few simple questions for you...
> - Which are required options to correctly compile the kernel???
Well, "options INET"+"options GATEWAY"+"pseudo-device ipfilter", I guess
> - Since my Internet server (that I've to attach directly to the Internet)
> runs as AppleShare file server too, may I trasparently route my appletalk
> packets through the network cards??? and if routing is possible, what
> programs may I use????
You need a kernel compiled with "options NETATALK", then you can use the
netatalk package (I'm not sure there is a NetBSD package for this, but the
original netatalk should compile out of the box).
Manuel Bouyer, LIP6, Universite Paris VI. Manuel.Bouyer@lip6.fr