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access the universe from my internal machine
access the univers from my gateway machine
access my gateway machine from the universe (SSH, FTP, HTTP)
get an IP address for my internal machine from my Gateway machine
access the Gateway machine from the internal machine (SSH, HTTP, FTP) (using internal ip and external ip)
access (mount) shares from my internal machine on my gateway machine
ping from my internal machine to the gateway (not sure if it should, think my F/W drops icmp)
Internal=Windows XP Pro machine
Gateway= RH9 with IPTABLES (sorry, first post, can't link, add h t t p to the front)
126.96.36.199/iptablesL (IPTABLES -L output)
188.8.131.52/rc.firewall (Script that is run at bootup to setup nat and firewall rules)
Apache and SSH (not sure about ftp) are listening on both interfaces.
I would like to be able to access HTTP, SSH, and FTP from both sides of the network, and have tried (unsucessfully) many time to edit my script. Any ideas?