Re: dhcp works but cannot ping internet sites
From: W.D.McKinney (deem_at_wdm.com)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 22:37:42 -0900
On Wed, 2004-02-04 at 09:55, Adam Knauff wrote:
> I haven't been using FreeBSD very long but I decided to use it for a bit of a home project.
> I want to run my own wireless hotspot out of my house. This is my setup:
> The internet connects into my FreeBSD box on ep1 (DHCP works and gets an ip from ISP)(connects fine and works 100%)
> LAN on tx0 (its a static IP and the DHCP brodcasts properly)
> WLAN on tx1 (also static IP and also DHCP works correctly as well)
> So step one of my project works correcly but here's the kicker... The FreeBSD box is not properly forwarding packets or acting as a gateway or something.
> I've spent hours on the net and configuring. I can't get it to work properly. Any help would be great. Thanks
> If anyone has got even just 2 nic cards one on the net one with dhcp working correctly please let me know. I'll send files as needed.
> Thanks in advance for the help
> Adam (WiFi)
If you have some the spending money, get this book, it has instructions
for doing this in FreeBSD.
Alaska Wireless Systems
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