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Thanks for the help... I guess... I'm sure I can find iptables on google ... i was wondering if someone would be willing to give me an idea how iptables works and how i would use in order to make sure my client computer can access the ineternet.
Anyone have a clue? Only interested in answers from those that can help.
If you want to share the pc for internet. Better you use squid as a proxy server. For Squid you have to install squid packeg and following one changes is required in squid.conf file which is basicaly present in /etc/squid/squid.conf.
Just search the following Line.
http_access deny all
and replace it from
http_access alllow all
and restart the squid as
service squid restart.