Subject: Re: DNS help required - outside/inside
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
From: Jon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/03/2001 09:12:16
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Please help me.
ok, here is my situation
I have a network running in 192.168.1.?
The gateway is running netbsd 1.5.2, and a dns server (and dhcp server) for the network.
Then I tried to connect a modem to the gateway.
The modem part works, I can dial in to my isp.
But I can't get anywhere
When my network is down and ipnat/ipfilter and portmap are turned off it works perfectly.
when I do a route -n show - I get the remote machine I dial into as the default gateway.
However, as soon as the network is up (and I reboot) the default gateway is set to itself again for the network, and when I dial in I can only ping the remote
machine. When I am dialed in I do have an entry in the routing tables which link the ip address which my isp gives me and the remote machine.
(Also when I turn ipnat/ipfilter and portmap back on I can't even see the remote machine! I wish to solve the main issue here first though)
So I called my isp and ask and he said that the gateway needed to be set as the remote machine I dial.
I figured that should happen automatically.
Firstly - is this true for me to see the web I need to have the gateway on the route -n show to be the remote machine?
if so - how do I set it to be that on dial up?
will the network still work ok?
if not - what do I need to do to make it work?
What should route show me? attached is what I get when I am logged onto the network and dialed in.
Please help, I have been trying to get this working for a week now!