Letting out port 80 traffic

Paul Collen paul.collen at brahler-ics.co.uk
Fri Nov 25 16:58:33 CET 2005


Yep, it's working now but I don't know how. As far as I can see it's
configured the same way it was when I started this morning, but Squid
isn't running so theoretically we shouldn't have web access. I don't
want to fiddle with it anymore today (being POETS day) but I'm sure I'll
break it again on Monday.

Thanks for your help with this problem.



-----Original Message-----
From: netfilter-bounces at lists.netfilter.org
[mailto:netfilter-bounces at lists.netfilter.org] On Behalf Of Rob
Sent: 25 November 2005 15:36
To: netfilter at lists.netfilter.org
Subject: Re: Letting out port 80 traffic

On Fri, November 25, 2005 16:19, Edmundo Carmona wrote:
> Did you have it working as a transparent proxy? In that case, you must

> have some rules "bothering" in prerouting.

I got an email from the OP saying that it seems to be working, somehow.


> On 11/25/05, Eray Aslan <eray.aslan at caf.com.tr> wrote:
>> netfilter-bounces at lists.netfilter.org <> wrote:
>> > Can
>> > someone tell me where I have to put the rules to gurantee I can get

>> > port 80 traffic out of my network please? :o)
>> >
>> Check your routing tables.  By the way, "I've added port 80 rules in 
>> several places but can't get it to work" is not a good problem 
>> description.
>> HTH
>> Eray
>> 90% of networking problems are routing problems.
>> 9 of the remaining 10% are routing problems in the other direction.
>> The remaining 1% might be something else, but check the routing 
>> anyway.

"Inspraak zonder inzicht resulteert in uitspraak zonder uitzicht."

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