On Sun, 18 Jun 2000, dave wrote:
> I did not know where else to send this to. I originally subscribed to
> see if there was anyway I could help. Have been reading the posts and
> decided all I can do is try out stuff you guys port. As far as working
> on the port, the posts read to me like a 4th grader would look at
> quantum physics.
> My problem is I can't get my Indy to go through my Linux box to the
> 'net. It (Linux,Irix) will not transfer eth0 to ppp. Have tried
> everything I know of, read or just made upwith no luck. In /etc/hosts on
> Indy I must have my ISP or it reads "network unknown" in ping. Have I
> missed something major/minor in Irix 6.2 or is it in Linux? I do not
> mean to be a pain in the ***, but would like to get this resolved so I
> can get Linux on Indy and really screw it up!
> Thanks in advance for any help anyone would be willing to give.
> Dave Keen
Make sure your Linux box is running a kernel with support for a kind of
packet filtering like ipfwadm or ipchains. There are HOWTO's available for