Re: FW: Routing public IP's through a gateway
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On Monday 15 October 2007 11:07:39 pm Dan wrote: > So, according to your emails, your external (eth1) interface on the Gateway > machine ** needs to be .209 not .211 or .210 ** (as this is where the ISP's > 'router' is pointing the .72 subnet according to what you said), and you > need to type echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward on the gateway machine. > No route commands needed: the Gateway machine knows where the .72 subnet > is, because it has an interface on it. The Gateway Machine's default > gateway is set to your normal ISP's gateway. .209 is taken by the routers gateway, so, it needs to be 210.
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