[CentOS] DNS or firewall problem

Tue Jul 6 13:47:45 UTC 2010
cliff here <c4ifford at gmail.com>

Well if you want the kernel to route IPV4 traffic, then yes it has to be 1

On 7/6/10, Timothy Murphy <gayleard at eircom.net> wrote:
> cliff here wrote:
>>> net.ipv4.conf.ip_forward = 0  ??
>>> change to = 1 ??
>> yea that needs to be a 1
> That cannot be mandatory,
> as I have a 0 there and do not have the OP's problem.
> As I mentioned, the default in shorewall is that
> loc to $FW, ie connection from machines on the local LAN to server,
> is set to REJECT.
> Maybe that is the default in the iptables setting too?
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