Re: Routing same subnet problem

From: semat (semat@wawa.eahd.or.ug)
Date: Sat Apr 28 2001 - 12:16:14 EST


If you do a traceroute where does it stop?

On Sat, 28 Apr 2001, Thomas Kotzian wrote:

> I have a router (later it should serve as firewall).
>
> eth0: xxx.xxx.xxx.7/25 (to external router(xxx.xxx.xxx.1/25))
> eth1: xxx.xxx.xxx.8/25 (to DMZ)
>
> xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx are official internet addresses.
>
> network environment:
>
> INTERNET
> |
> |
> +--------+
> |external|
> | router |
> +--------+ xxx.xxx.xxx.1/25
> |
> |
> +--------+ xxx.xxx.xxx.7/25
> |firewall|
> | |
> +--------+ xxx.xxx.xxx.8/25
> |
> |
> DMZ
>
> route of the firewall:
> xxx.xxx.xxx.1 eth0
> xxx.xxx.xxx.0 eth1
> default xxx.xxx.xxx.1
>
> with this configuration i can ping from the firewall the router and the
> computers in the DMZ. but I can't get from DMZ to external router.
>
> ip_forward is "1".
> linux-kernel 2.2.19
>
> what do i have to do to have a DMZ without bridging? - how do i have to
> configure routing. - please help!
>
> Sorry for my bad english
>
> Thomas K.
>
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