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From: Maurice Janssen (mauricez74.net)
Date: Wed Aug 15 2007 - 09:26:54 CDT
On Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at 15:59:34 +0300, Lars Noodin wrote:
>I'm building a firewall / gateway on OpenBSD and seem to have the pieces
>working separately, but need a clue as to how to get them to fit
>together. Basically, I can connect to and from each interface but not
>I can connect from A to B (and from B to A) via SSH, ping, HTTP
>I can connect C to D and E and D or E to C.
>However, I cannot but would like to connect from A to D and E. I expect
>that the routing is somehow fouled up or needs to be done manually.
>pf.conf is already about as simple as it can be.
>Where should I look to allow connections between A and E?
The two most obvious things to look at:
- enable IP-forwarding on the fw/router
- setup B as default gateway on all hosts in A
>Would this be better using IPv6 only?
Not while E is mostly IPv4 based...