Fwd: Linux as router (Gateway Server)
navneetkc at gmail.com
Sun Feb 13 18:19:35 CET 2005
On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 16:02:58 -0600, Josh Nerius <jnerius at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> that has nothing to do with iptables.
> This could have everything to do with iptables, depending on his
> configuration. If there is a redirector being used, the connection
> that a child redirector process makes to the squid daemon can be
yes i am using SquidGuard
> affected by iptables rules. The fact that it has difficulty binding to
> the assigned port may be due to other errors related to this child
> process communication causing the squid process to die before it
> finishes starting.
> As to trying to bind to a privileged port from an unprevileged
> account, he already stated that he's binding to the standard 3128.
> >> (ps - google is your friend)
> It may do you good to keep that in mind.
> > > > Why my iptables rule blocking squid to open HTTP port.
> I'm currently searching for the exact information from the squid
> documentation, but when I had a similar problem about 6 months ago, I
> recall adding rules to the INPUT and possibly OUTPUT chains to accept
> traffic coming from the loopback interface to/from the squid (or
> possibly redirector) port.
-A INPUT -s 127.0.0.1 -j ACCEPT
Any other rule ? possible for OUTPUT
> > it isn't.
> > -j
> Jason, please do your homework. You have a good knowledge of
> netfilter/iptables but please leave subjects you don't understand to
> those who do.
> Josh Nerius
> Math problems? Call 1-800-[(10x)(13i)^2]-[sin(xy)/2.362x]
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