Subject: Again: Re: problems on routing
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Olli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/09/1999 22:26:57
thanks for your mail!
>Does the NetBSD machine have the IP-address 192.168.1.1?
>What IP-address has the Linux machine?
>Have you got IPFORWARDING enabled on the NetBSD machine, i.e.
>does it act as a router?
I don't know this option (maybe in rc.conf?).
> When you ping the NetBSD machine from
>the Linux one, does it respond?
>What does the routing tableon the NetBSD machine look like?
Destination Gateway Interface
default 126.96.36.199 ppp0
localhost localhost lo0
192.168.1 link#1 de0
192.168.1.1 08:00:2b:e4:3e:2e lo0
188.8.131.52 default ppp0
> what happens when you ping to an IP-address outside the network?
Ping an IP-address on the NetBSD machine outside the network works
(NetBSD dialup the ISP).
>Does it reach the netbsd machine, i.e. can you see it with tcpdump?
I'm not familiar with tcpdump. I tryed traceroute 184.108.40.206.
-> traceroute 220.127.116.11(18.104.22.168),max 30 hops ...
->1 * * *
->2 * * *
It seams there is a problem with the NetBSd machine. I looked in man
traceroute and I found that it might be a bug in the 4. BSD
network code - but I didn't understand it well. I hope it is not
relevant for my stuff.
>You shuld try to explain in more detail what you already tried.
I try to setup the NetBSD machine as a dialup router in my network. If
I start a Web-browser, ftp-program or simple a ping on the other
computers (with Linux , NT or FreeBSD) - the request is send to the
NetBSD machine and this one establishes a connection to the ISP via
modem (and thus to the internet).