On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 02:53:12PM -0400, Robert Huff typed:
> Ruben de Groot writes:
> > > However: using these I still can't get through
> > Through to what? You seem to be able to connect on a local subnet, but
> > not to the internet through NAT, which you say is ok, because you
> > shouldn't ?
> > Please explain exactly what you want to do.
> 1) With the firewall enabled, but no NAT-related rules, I can't
> get out.
> This is as expected.
> 2) With the NAT rules added, I should be able to get out, but
I think so. What's your outgoing ip? The rules you posted:
>ipfw add 5000 nat 15 all from any to any
>ipfw nat 15 config log same_ports ip 10.0.0.0/8
Looks strange to me. Instead of 10.0.0.0/8 I believe you should use
a single IP that you want to translate to (ie your outgoing IP address).
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