Masquerading problem - question
georgi.alexandrov at gmail.com
Sun Jan 8 12:24:22 CET 2006
Christos Panagiotakis wrote:
>Hello people. This is my first post, please be nice with me :-)
>I have a little network with 3 computers. 2 workstations, 1 server.
>the network is 10.166.0.0
>1 workstation 10.166.0.2 and a new one the third 10.166.0.3
>server has 2 interfaces. the one is connected with another network
>( 10.165.0.0) wirelessly. from the "main" server they assigned me with
>2 internet static ips (for 10.166.0.1 and 10.166.0.2). But when I took
>the third one (10.166.0.3) I wanted to connect it with internet.
>I did echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_dynaddr
>and the problematic one:
>iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE
>thats good! it worked! But the problem is that both 10.166.0.2
>and 10.166.0.3 having internet with the server's ip address...
>I just want 10.166.0.3 to share the same static ip address.
>I dont know what exactly to do to make only 10.166.0.3 to "share"/masq
>the same ip with the server. And now I have both 10.166.0.2 and 10.166.0.3
>with the same ip, yeap its working but I need the second static ip to 10.166.0.2
>and I dont know what to do...
>ps: forgive me for my awful english I hope to understand me
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.166.0.3 -o eth0 -j SNAT --to
That's if I understood you correct.
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