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From: George Michelson (root_at_michelsons.org)
Date: Sat Jan 18 2003 - 08:46:55 CST
I guess my problem I can't get it to work unless I use FW_FORWARD to
specifiy all traffic back and forth. For simplicity purposes I started
with FW_FORWARD all out and .... nothing worked ! I have to have all of
the traffic going out to be permitted, with restrictions on the inbound
(only some ports to some machines).
Help ! :)
Arjen de Korte wrote:
>On Saturday 18 January 2003 00:44, George Michelson wrote:
>>I asked before and did not get an answer: was someone successfull with
>>configuring SuSEFirewall2 (SuSE v 8) without NAT with public addresses
>>on the both side ?
>The firewall doesn't care at all what types of addresses you use on either
>side of it. I don't see the relation between not having NAT and the fact that
>you have public addresses on both sides of your firewall. I don't have NAT on
>the firewall either, although I use private addresses on both sides (it is
>connected to a router which performs the NAT). What is your problem?
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