IP Masquearding. TALK and SAMBA
Posted on 1998-10-23
I've got IP Masquearding set up pretty throughly on my linux box.
It's had its kernal downgraded so that ipmasq works again (none of that ipchains stuff - I didn't understand that)
Any how - how do I get the following working?
1. Talk. Dammit - it's TALK! People _must_ know the answer to this - EVERYONE has talk.
Sorry - rant over.
Basically skulk (thats the firewall box) seems to route ALL talk packets to the inner net - even those that should be outgoing.
How do I get talk to ork transparently through it?
The local net gets entirely isolated from the rest of the outer net.
The windows machines on the inside can't see out, they can't even see the samba running on skulk.
And the outside world doesn't acknowledge the sub-nets existence.
What I'd _really_ like is...
The inner net sees skulk as a samba server on its net.
The outer world passes straight through to the inner net.
(It's only one machine, actually)
The inner net can also see out past skulk.
I'd also like to be able to toggle this to flip it so that the outside world can only see skulk.
I've already got that working for http and ftp - but samba and talk don't seem to want to cooperate.