My Networking/Firewall Problems
I have a couple Debian machines here and I was trying out a few different firewalls on one of them, and after removing them all I cannot access the internet with it at all. Lan connections work fine, and I can connect to the web interface on my router. I can also ping any pingable internet host with it, but all tcp connections to the internet just hang and eventually time out. Iptables -L shows "policy accept" for input output and forwarding -- its the same as the other working debian machine - route commands show the same as the other machine too. I used rcconf and also looked through the rc dirs for any firewall stuff that got left over, but can't find anything. Also -- if I boot the machine using a cd-based linux distro, I can set up the internet and connect just fine so I'm sure that it is a configuration problem somewhere. Where/how else could this be blocked?? Plz Help!