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Old 07-24-2003, 08:59 AM   #1
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Question Mandrake MNF with point-to-point T1, routers

Currently, I have a MNF box connected to a cable modem. Two zones are set up, WAN and LAN. We have 3 buildings connected to the LAN - our office building [1], senior residence (which is next door) [2], and a nursing home across town [3]. The senior residence is connected via fiber, and the nursing home across town is connected via a point to point T1 and Intel 8210 routers on each end.

Basically the problem is this: the setup works fine with a Linksys router hooked up, but when I activate the MNF firewall, our location across town can't see the network - they can only see up to the router here. I'm thinking this has something to do with the masquarading config, or the host config.



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