[svlug] Linux to serve as a boradband gateway
henryjen at mail.com
Wed Jan 16 23:44:02 PST 2002
Thanks for all the replys. The problem is now solved by adding "-m 1412"
for pppoe. The only change I need to do is to modify the ppp option file
I used, change the pty line from
pty "pppoe -I eth0 -T 80"
pty "pppoe -I eth0 -T 80 -m 1412"
Thanks again for all the replys.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Henry Jen" <henryjen at mail.com>
> To: <svlug at svlug.org>
> Cc: <henryjen at mail.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 5:33 PM
> Subject: [svlug] Linux to serve as a boradband gateway
> | Excuse me to post this again, since I get no response last time, I thought
> | could because I did not ask correct question.
> | I believe a lot of you must have experiences in set up a Linux box as a
> | to share DSL or Cable broadband connection with a small network. Maybe you
> | help me out.
> | The symptom I experienced is while trying connect to some web sites from
> | masqeraded PC, it just does not work. However, I can connect to those
> | without a problem from the Linux box.
> | I am running a Debian potato with 2.4.16 kernel. The web site I am having
> | problem with including LinuxToday; Fortunately, /. and Yahoo works fine.
> | I think is same problem as stated in IP Masquerade HOWTO, section 7.15.
> But I
> | don't know whether this is still a problem in 2.4.x kernel, and if so,
> what is
> | the solution to it?
> | Thanks in advance,
> | Henry
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