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Re: Linux as a NAT/Router Box

Benjamin Story said:
> I've been tasked with getting our 192.168.x.x network onto the internet via a 
> linux box instead of tying up the cisco router with doing NAT.  The problem 
> is that even after reading all of the HOWTO's on firewalls and IP 
> Masquerading I still have not been able to get the linux box to handle the 
> traffic.  I'm now looking into the Linux Router Project, but their 
> documentation is losing me quickly.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

The notes from my presentation at the St. Louis Unix Users Group Linux
SIG on ipchains are at


Perhaps they'd help...  (They're brief, but maybe you'll be able to
follow what I was talking about.  If not, email me.)

If everyone is interested in this, we could go over it at the next

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