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From: Using SuSE (usingsuse80_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Dec 01 2002 - 16:45:13 CST
> I guess that might be why I couldn't really find
> anything on this then.
I'm still having about 30 websites found to read on,
but I've already went through far more than that and
did not find a specific answer.
> On most firewalls when you tell them that the
> internal net is trusted then it
> will do that and allow them full control. I'm not
> sure why SuSE doesn't
> allow this, though I can see if it is set to be used
> in a more office
> environment, but for a general home network or
> trusted office this really can
> cause some problems.
It's alright with me if SuSE chooses this policy, but
the documentation should at least mention it is not
suitable for more complicated networks, that"s all.
I'll somehow find how to get through this, but I'm sad
when so many others ought to have bad luck trying to
figure out what's going on in the same way.
> so that won't be a problem (I had seen some setups,
> but they were all for
> static IPs, this one however is good for dynamic
Let me restart my firewall, stop smppd, start it
again, register new IP by dynamic DNS and then try to
ping. If this succeeds, you made me happy.
> I hope it helps, even if it doesn't work, maybe it
> is a step in the right
Thank you again, now I know a little bit more on how
to hack on SuSE FW2.
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