[BL] How do you set eth0 for a block of IPs?
carlreaburn at attech.net.au
Tue Mar 1 18:04:13 EST 2005
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Subject: Re: [BL] How do you set eth0 for a block of IPs?
> Carl Reaburn wrote:
>> I have ipchains installed along with the correct bare.i kernel.
>> I want to use the BL3 machine to accept ip's 220.127.116.11-206
>> on eth0, and pass some packets to eth1 if they pass the
>> ipchains testing.
I have found BL3 has things in different places to what the how-to pages
suggest. That is why I asked here. I will start reading those pages
BL1 by comparison had everything named the same as the how-to pages
suggested, as well as great documentation inside the config files
themselves. I had no trouble setting up BL1 without any help. I thought
BL3 would be the same, but ended up needing lots of help with it. Which I
am grateful for.
> Or, for generic questions like this, you can subscribe
> to the linux-newbie list. It's a low traffic list that
> has some very knowledgeable people who try to be helpful
> (although some of them don't suffer fools gladly).
I hope you don't think me a fool. Everyone has to start somewhere.
Thank you for the help, it is always appreciated.
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