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Re: creepy iptables problem.. please help





On 7/24/07, Gregory Machin <gregory machin gmail com> wrote:
Hi


I have an fc6 box at hq as router / firewall.
I have a cisco route at the remote site, with 2 ip address on the lan
interface on in the 192.168.199.254/24 and 192.168.200.254/24   from
server 192.168.200.240 i can ping google.com, but for 192.168.199.253
my tracroute dies on the firewall..

both ip ranges have the same iptables rules an routing .. why would
the  192.168.199.253 not be able to access the internet ??

G

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Have you enabled ipforwarding?
cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward

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