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cannot Ping other network

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I can ping anywhere in LAN, but I couldn't ping other network.  I've setup gateway and I can ping this gateway whitout any problem.  What's wrong?
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rayc021897 earned 50 total points
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You need to enable IP forwarding and IP Masquerading to use the gateway to get outside of your local network.  See www.linux.org mini HOWTO for IPMasquerading.

Enjoy,

rayc

rayc@indy.net

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