It also depends on what you built into the kernel, too.
It sounds like you are using ipnat and ipfilters, whereas I'm using
natd and ipfw. I think these are two different sets of software that
do the same thing, but in different ways.
Hmm. I'll have to do some more research.
Oh yeah. I'm curious what you have in /etc/ipnat.conf.
Thanks for your help.
At 12:06 PM -0800 12/13/01, Donnie Jones wrote:
>Better yet Walter, here is my rc.conf:
>network_interfaces="fxp0 lo0 fxp1"
>ifconfig_fxp0="inet 220.127.116.11 netmask
>ifconfig_fxp1="inet 192.168.0.1 netmask 255.255.255.0"
>It seems that from many of the docs online there is
>differences in how some people enable natd and
>firewalling. Some through the natd_enable=yes, others
>ipnat_enable=yes. Similar with firewalling is
>firewall_enable=yes, or ipfilter_enable=yes.
>I think that maybe FBSD 4.4 is using the commands
>listed from my rc.conf and I guess it is not accepting
>the others anymore to enable the NAT.
>Hope this helps some more....
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