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Old 05-13-2009, 06:29 AM   #1
gitecravirs
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Wink nat-pt configuration


Hi, i had configured my nat-pt by using the command "naptd-confmaker" successfully. but now (after some month) its not working properly.i dont know whats the problem is? Can i check contents of confmaker(which i had configured)? if yes then how? and please also tell me how to solve this problem?
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Hi, i had configured my nat-pt by using the command "naptd-confmaker" successfully. but now (after some month) its not working properly.i dont know whats the problem is? Can i check contents of confmaker(which i had configured)? if yes then how? and please also tell me how to solve this problem?
thanks...
I doubt we can tell you how to solve the problem, when you haven't given us any information.

You say "after some month its not working properly". How long?? What happened to make it not work? How about some actual error messages, or something that describes the problem? What version/distro of Linux are you using???
 
  


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