bobtenty at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 17:12:46 EDT 2011
Also don't forget to enable packet forwarding for IPv4 in linux
can't be reached from outside your machine.
(by default it is hashed out)
run: sysctl -a to make it active.
or alternate check the setting with: cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
if "0" set to "1" with:
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward and add that line to rc.local.
On 11-03-25 03:20 PM, Russ WL7LP wrote:
> well if funny that you bring that up about tun host and all. after
> further testing it only pings itself and nothing outside the nos
> machine. so working on getting it to talk to the rest of the world.
> the nos machine is connected to my router and router is connected to
> the cable modem. so I got to get it to go thru the router and out the
> cable modem.
> already been scratching my head and I grew up using Dos. now have less
> hair to prove it due to all the scratching :-)
> 73 Russ WL7LP
> --- On *Fri, 3/25/11, George [ham] VerDuin /<k8rra at ameritech.net>/* wrote:
> From: George [ham] VerDuin <k8rra at ameritech.net>
> Subject: Re: [nos-bbs] gateway
> To: nos-bbs at tapr.org
> Date: Friday, March 25, 2011, 6:56 AM
> On 03/24/2011 03:47 PM, Russ WL7LP wrote:
> > ok I finally got a new Linux system up (Slackware 9.1) I
> finally got a jnos compile. wow it is huge lol
> Yup -- and that hugeness is much related to the symbols that make
> gdb functional. If you want to give up on gdb much can be
> stripped to result in a smaller footprint.
> > anyhow. I believe I now have Tun working in it. I can ping my
> internet provider.
> So does that mean that the [?tun ==> host ==> forward ==> gateway
> ==> ISP ==> firewall ==> host ==> ?tun] chain is working for you?
> Or do you ping from the host?
> > but can seem to ping anything else or connect to anything for
> that matter. so I am still working on it and with luck will have
> my gateway back up soon.
> Perhaps the encap feature is not encapping? Does the jnos "trace"
> command(s) directed to a file shed light on your missing traffic?
> > just want to let those know that are waiting and had or want a
> route with me. bare with me I am getting there slowly :-)
> > 73 Russ WL7LP
> There are a few wrinkles that jnos mounted on Linux [or any other
> host OS for that matter] provides. Anyone who grew up on a DOS
> platform does not experience the "virtual" thing. Takes a little
> head scratching...?
> Best of luck.
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