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Re: IP masq / forw / chain ?

What the hell is menuconfig?? Do you mean the kernel "make menuconfig"?

If ipchains is enabled just run:
  ipchains -A forward -s -d 0/0 -j MASQ

if you want to use squid as transparent proxy, check out the wonderful
article on the same on the PCQuest site. Basically:

1. Your kernel should be configured properly. The standard PCQ dist,
   AFAIK, is so
2. Add suitable options to squid.conf, e.g. "httpd_accel" and all
3. Add ipchains -A input -p tcp -s -d 0/0 www -j REDIRECT 3128  

where 3128 is the port squid is listening to

- Sandip

On Fri, Jul 06, 2001 at 09:22:28AM +0530, Vardhan Varma merrily said:
>  Hello ,
> 	I've been trying to setup some transparent way 
> to connect my office lan using a linux machine to a 
> ISDN dial up.
> 	The linux has eth1 ( lan ) and eth0 ( ISDN ).
> kernel is 2.2.19, on debian 2.2r2. proxy on squid is 
> running fine ( i.e. the gateway,route etc are all okay).
> 	Now i'm trying to enable NAT(or ip masq), and there 
> are so many options in menuconfig, that i'm very confused. 
> What i need is, if on my desktop, i set the gateway to 
> linux's eth1's IP, than without any additional setting my
> 'telnet rest-of-world.com anyport' should work. also 
> 'telnet eth1-IP anyport'
> should take me inside my own machine. I tried some things
> but one of these were not working.
> 	What minimum do i need to set in menuconfig ?
> TIA,
> --Vardhan 
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Sandip Bhattacharya 
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