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My recommendation would be to get yourself
a full-fledged iptables script, say from http://www.linuxguruz.com/iptables/
or so ... if that line with the postrouting
is all you did you're quite a way away
from a working firewall...
Most firewall scripts will load the required
modules for you.
I got it working. Apperently there was a "." infront of the whole startup line. It just kept screwing it it up. Now, the modules load smothly and so does IP TABLES. The only thing left is to check to make sure that my rc.firewall script is loading and I dont how exaclty to check that. It seems to load fine to me.