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  1. #1

    Unhappy linux as router with shorewall routing problem

    I have setup ubuntu as a router now, with shorewall and bind9 works like a charm. Except one little thing.. I cant seem to go to access my outside ip from the local network. In my case I cant access http://145.99.157.xx but I can access the local ip (http://192.168.1.xx). Is there anyone that knows how to setup shorewall in a way I can access the outside ip?

    I found a tutorial on that didnt work ( ). But I tried (except for the bind9 solution because I do not really understand what they are doing there) but i think there must be an easier solution. I had freesco as a router first and that one worked out of the box with accessing the outside ip.

    If anyone could help out, i'd really appreciate it.

  2. #2
    I have the same problem !

    did you find a solution ?

  3. #3
    Linux User sheds's Avatar
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    Nov 2004
    You got it running at least, i'll be doing it again and see if i get it done so i can help you find the answer to this. And you're right, the tutorials just put everything so easy but nothing's that easy.

    Good luck guys.

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    this problem is solved !

    it needs in /etc/shorewall/masq following entry:
    eth0	eth1

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