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Fli4l-Router Konfiguration

Frage Netzwerke Router & Routing

Mitglied: Deadman

Deadman (Level 1) - Jetzt verbinden

08.02.2006, aktualisiert 10.02.2006, 12263 Aufrufe, 12 Kommentare

Hallo erstmal....also ich hab ein kleines Problem und zwar hab ich mir mal zum testen fli4l in der 3.0.0 version gezogen udn wollte es auf meiner alten 800 mhz krücke laufen lassen bevor sie sich nur langweilt.....gesagt getan und auch angefangen zu konfigurieren mein problem ist folgendes der "router" hat zwei netzwerkkarten die eine zum modem und die zweite geht per crossoverkabel an meinen 2. rechner den client.....
is es sinnvoller wenn ich nen switch zwischen packen das heißt client und 2.NIC an den switch und erste NIC zum modem?.....weil so wies atm is is der router dann auch mit fli4l online und ich kann das "internet" pingen aber mit dem client habe ich kein internet.....bitte um antworten..
grüße dead
Mitglied: PLONK
08.02.2006 um 19:04 Uhr
Hallo,

ich kenn das Programm nicht wirklich, ist schon ewig her das ich es benutzt habe, aber eine gute Anleitung zur Konfiguration gibts hier:

http://www.freenet.de/freenet/computer_und_technik/betriebssysteme/linu ...

mfg
PLONK
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: Janni
08.02.2006 um 19:20 Uhr
Ich verstehe zwar Deinen Text nicht so ganz, aber .... wenn Du nur einen Client an den Router (Fli4l) hängst reicht das gecrosste Kabel völlig aus. Erst wenn Du mehr als einen Rechner ins Internet bringen möchtest, bzw. untereinander vernetzen möchtest solltest Du Dir einen Switch zulegen.

MFG
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: Deadman
08.02.2006 um 19:59 Uhr
Ich verstehe zwar Deinen Text nicht so ganz,
aber .... wenn Du nur einen Client an den
Router (Fli4l) hängst reicht das
gecrosste Kabel völlig aus. Erst wenn
Du mehr als einen Rechner ins Internet
bringen möchtest, bzw. untereinander
vernetzen möchtest solltest Du Dir
einen Switch zulegen.

MFG

ja k...aber mit dem gecrossten kabel komme ich als client nich online
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: moonstar
08.02.2006 um 20:01 Uhr
Hi,
wie sehen denn deine IP-Adressen aus?

Welche IP-Adresse hat dein Router ?
Welche IP-Adresse hat dein Client? (Manuelle vergeben oder DHCP ?)

Was hast Du auf dem Client als Gateway eingetragen?

Kannst du denn überhaupt von dem Client dein Router anpingen?

oder gleich mal ping auf www.google.de oder ping auf 64.233.183.147

MoonStar
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: Deadman
08.02.2006 um 20:13 Uhr
router 192.168.1.1
client one 192.168.1.2
dhcp aus
beim client gateway:192.168.1.1
anpingen geht auch nich....halt nur vom router
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: moonstar
08.02.2006 um 20:35 Uhr
soweit ist es ja ok!

Nur deine Verbindung zwischen Client und Router steht anscheinend nicht.

Kannst Du denn vom Client aus dein Router anpingen und vom Router aus dein Client?

Wenn nicht ist evtl. die Netzwerkkarte im Router nicht richtig kofiguriert oder Treiber im fli4l nicht richtig ausgewählt.
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: Deadman
08.02.2006 um 20:42 Uhr
hmm..kann sein....hab heute eine zeit mehr werde morgen die base&dsl.txt posten
Bitte warten ..
Mitglied: Deadman
09.02.2006 um 15:17 Uhr
So endlich zu hause werde ich noch mal etwas detailierter antworten....
also im router stecken zwei NIC´s beide mit Realtek 8139 Chip...als information
So werde ich euch mal die base.txt und die dsl.txt posten eventuell sieht einer dann ja einen fehler.....
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BASE.TXT 
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##----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
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## base.txt - fli4l configuration parameters                       3.0.0 
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## 
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## You can edit/change this file with any text editor. 
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## 
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##        P L E A S E   R E A D   T H E   D O C U M E N T A T I O N , 
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##                      S E E   R E A D M E . T X T 
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## 
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##        B I T T E  U N B E D I N G T   D I E   D O K U M E N T A T I O N 
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##              L E S E N ,  S I E H E   R E A D M E . T X T 
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## 
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## Creation:     26.06.2001  fm 
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## Last Update:  $Id: base.txt 10674 2005-12-20 09:24:42Z rresch $ 
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## 
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## Copyright (c) 2001-2005 Frank Meyer <frank@fli4l.de> 
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## 
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## This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify 
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## it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by 
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## the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or 
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## (at your option) any later version. 
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##----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
26.
# General settings: 
27.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
28.
HOSTNAME='dead'               # name of fli4l router 
29.
PASSWORD='*****'               # password for root login (console, sshd, imond) 
30.
BOOT_TYPE='fd'                 # boot device: fd, fdx2, dualfd, hd, cd, ls120, 
31.
                               # integrated, attached, netboot, pxeboot 
32.
                               # (cd, cdemul, hd and ls120 need an 
33.
                               # installed opt hd) 
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MOUNT_BOOT='rw'                # mount boot device (floppy): ro, rw, no 
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TIME_INFO='MEZ-1MESZ,M3.5.0,M10.5.0' 
36.
                               # description of local time zone, 
37.
                               # don't touch without reading documentation 
38.
KERNEL_VERSION='2.4.32'        # kernel version 
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KERNEL_BOOT_OPTION=''          # append option to kernel command line 
40.
COMP_TYPE_KERNEL='gzip'        # compression-type for kernel: gzip, bzip2 
41.
COMP_TYPE_ROOTFS='gzip'        # compression-type for rootfs: gzip, bzip2 
42.
IP_CONNTRACK_MAX=''            # override maximum limit of connection 
43.
                               # tracking entries 
44.
POWEROFF_ON_HALT='no'          # power off after shutting down the machine 
45.
REAL_MODE_POWEROFF='no'        # switch to real mode before invoking 
46.
                               # apm power off 
47.
 
48.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
49.
# Localisation 
50.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
51.
LOCALE='de'                    # defines the default language for several 
52.
                               # components, such as menu and httpd 
53.
 
54.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
55.
# Mount extra floppy drive to /floppy: 
56.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
57.
OPT_MOUNTFLOPPY='no'           # mount extra floppy drive: first, second, no 
58.
 
59.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
60.
# Console settings (serial console, blank time): 
61.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
62.
CONSOLE_BLANK_TIME=''          # time in minutes (1-60) to blank 
63.
                               # console; 0 = never, default if empty 
64.
SER_CONSOLE='no'               # use serial interface instead of or as 
65.
                               # additional output device and main input device 
66.
    SER_CONSOLE_IF='0'         # serial interface to use, 0 for ttyS0 (COM1) 
67.
    SER_CONSOLE_RATE='9600'    # baudrate for serial console 
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    SER_BEEP='no'              # enable beep after boot and shutdown 
69.
 
70.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
71.
# Debug Settings: 
72.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
73.
DEBUG_STARTUP='no'             # write an execution trace of the boot 
74.
DEBUG_LOG=''                   # sequence to file DEBUG_LOG or console if 
75.
                               # DEBUG_LOG is empty 
76.
 
77.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
78.
# Show service menu after login: 
79.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
80.
OPT_MENU='yes'                 # service menu for users 
81.
    MENU_LANGUAGE=''           # language for the service menu; defaults to 
82.
                               # 'LOCALE' if left empty 
83.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
84.
# Keyboard layout 
85.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
86.
KEYBOARD_LOCALE='auto'         # auto: use most common keyboard layout for 
87.
                               # the language specified in 'LOCALE' 
88.
OPT_MAKEKBL='no'               # set to 'yes' to make a new local keyboard 
89.
                               # layout map on the fli4l-router 
90.
 
91.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
92.
# Ethernet card drivers: 
93.
94.
#  Driver       Bus     Description 
95.
96.
#  3c503        ISA     3COM EtherLinkII (3c503) 
97.
#  3c505        ISA     3COM Etherlink Plus (3c505) 
98.
#  3c507        ISA     3COM Etherlink 16 (3c507) 
99.
#  3c509        ISA     3COM EtherLinkIII (3c509) 
100.
#  3c515        ISA     3COM EtherLink XL ISA (3c515) 
101.
#  3c59x        PCI     3COM Vortex/Boomerang 3c59x,3c900,3c905 
102.
#  8139cp       PCI     RealTek 8139C+ 
103.
#  8139too      PCI     RealTek 8129/8139 10/100 MB (NEW) 
104.
#  rtl8139-db   PCI     RealTek 8129/8139, Donald Beckers Version, see  
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#                       <http://www.scyld.com/network/rtl8139.html> 
106.
#  82596                Apricot Xen-II on board Ethernet 
107.
#  acenic       PCI     Alteon AceNIC Gigabit Ethernet 
108.
#  at1700       ISA     AT1700 (Fujitsu 86965) ISA 
109.
#  b44          PCI     Broadcom 4400 
110.
#  cs89x0       ISA     IBM Etherjet, cs89x0 based Cards 
111.
#                       (Option io=0xnnn necessary!) 
112.
#  de4x5        PCI/EISA Digital DE425, DE434, DE435, DE450, DE500 
113.
#  depca        ISA     DEPCA, DE10x, DE200, DE201, DE202, DE422 
114.
#  dgrs         PCI     Digi International RightSwitch PCI/EISA 
115.
#  dl2k         PCI     D-Link DL2000-based Gigabit Ethernet Adapter 
116.
#  dmfe         PCI     DM9102 compatible PCI cards from Davicom 
117.
#  e1000        PCI     Intel EtherExpress PRO/1000 Gigabit Ethernet 
118.
#  e100         PCI     Intel's original driver for EEPRO100 
119.
#  e2100        ISA     Cabletron E21xx ISA 
120.
#  eepro100     PCI     Intel EtherExpressPro PCI 10+/100B/100+ 
121.
#  eepro        ISA     Intel EtherExpress Pro/10 
122.
#  eexpress     ISA     EtherExpress16 ISA 
123.
#  epic100      PCI     SMC EPIC/100 (EtherPower II) PCI 
124.
#  eth16i       ISA/EISA    ICL EtherTeam 16i/32 
125.
#  ewrk3        ISA     EtherWORKS 3 ISA (DE203, DE204, DE205) 
126.
#  fealnx       PCI     ASOUND LAN 8139 card - not RTL8139 (NEW) 
127.
#  hamachi      PCI     GNIC-II Gigabit Ethernet 
128.
#  hp100        ISA/EISA/PCI    HP 10/100VG PCLAN (ISA, EISA, PCI) 
129.
#  hp           ISA     HP PCLAN (27245, 27xxx) ISA 
130.
#  hp-plus      ISA     HP PCLAN+ (27247B and 27252A) ISA 
131.
#  lance        ISA     AMD LANCE and PCnet (AT1500, NE2100) ISA 
132.
#  lp486e               Intel Professional Workstation/panther ethernet driver 
133.
#  natsemi      PCI     National Semiconductor 
134.
#  ne2k-pci     PCI     NE2000 PCI clone (eg. Realtek 8029, Winbond 89c940) 
135.
#  ne           ISA     NE2000 ISA clone (eg. Realtek 8019, 
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#                       Accton 16xx, NatSemi 8390, UMC 9003/9008) 
137.
#  ni5010               MiCom-Interlan NI5010 
138.
#  ni52                 NI5210 card (i82586 Ethernet chip) 
139.
#  ni65                 ni6510 (am7990 'lance' chip) 
140.
#  ns83820      PCI     cards with National Semiconductor 83820 chip 
141.
#  pcnet32      PCI     AMD PCI PCnet32 
142.
#  r8169        PCI     Realtek 8169 Gigabit Ethernet 
143.
#  sis900       PCI     SiS 900/7016 
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#  sk98lin      PCI     SysKonnect Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapters 
145.
#  smc9194              SMC's 9000 series of Ethernet cards 
146.
#  smc-ultra    ISA     SMC ULTRA 
147.
#  starfire     PCI     Starfire 
148.
#  sundance     PCI     DFE-550FX or DFE-530TXS (NEW) 
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#  tg3          PCI     Broadcom Tigon3 
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#  tlan         PCI     TI ThunderLAN (Compaq Netelligent ...) 
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#  tulip        PCI     DECchip Tulip (dc21x4x) PCI 
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#  via-rhine    PCI     VIA Rhine PCI (3043, VT86c100A, dfe-530tx) 
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#  wd           ISA     SMC WD80*3 
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#  winbond-840  PCI     Winbond 840 
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#  sunhme       PCI/Sbus    Sun Happy Meal 10/100baseT support 
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#                           (only QFE is tested) 
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#  yellowfin    PCI     Packet Engines G-NIC PCI Gigabit Eth Adapter 
158.
159.
# Donald Becker drivers, see <http://www.scyld.com/> 
160.
161.
#  epic100-db 
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#  3c59x-db             This driver is for the 3Com "Vortex" and 
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#                       "Boomerang" series ethercards. Members of the 
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#                       series include Fast EtherLink 
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#                       3c590/3c592/3c595/3c597 and the EtherLink XL 
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#                       3c900 and 3c905 cards. 
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168.
169.
# Drivers below need the Package pcmcia installed: 
170.
171.
#  3c574_cs     PCMCIA  3Com 574 
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#  3c589_cs     PCMCIA  3Com 589 
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#  axnet_cs     PCMCIA  Asix AX88190 Fast Ethernet 
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#  fmvj18x_cs   PCMCIA  Fujitsu FMV-J181/182 Ethernet 
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#  nmclan_cs    PCMCIA  New Media Ethernet LAN 
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#  pcnet_cs     PCMCIA  NS8390-based cards (NE2000, DLINK etc) 
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#  smc91c92_cs  PCMCIA  SMC91c92-based cards 
178.
#  xirc2ps_cs   PCMCIA  Xircom: CE2, CEM28, CEM33, or CE3 
179.
180.
# If you don't find your Cardbus Card here then try the equivalent PCI-Driver: 
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# 3c59x instead of 3c575_cb or 8139too instead of realtek_cb 
182.
183.
# These drivers need PCMCIA _and_ WLAN: 
184.
185.
#  orinoco_cs   PCMCIA  Lucent/Orinoco WLAN-Cards 
186.
#  hostap_cs    PCMCIA  PrismII/2.5/3 based Cards - supports AP-Mode 
187.
#  wavelan_cs   PCMCIA  WaveLAN 
188.
#  wl24_cs      PCMCIA  ELSA Airlancer MC-2 - Should have Firmware 2.10 
189.
#  airo_cs      PCMCIA  Cisco Aironet 4500 & 4800 series PCMCIA cards 
190.
#  ray_cs       PCMCIA  Raylink wireless cards 
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#  netwave_cs   PCMCIA  Netwave AirSurfer Wireless LAN 
192.
193.
# These drivers need Package WLAN 
194.
195.
# WLAN-Card Drivers IEEE802.11b: 
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197.
#  hostap_pci   PCI     Prism 2.5 based PCI Wlan Cards 
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#  hostap_plx   PCI     Prism 2,2.5 and 3 based PCMCIA-WLan Cards 
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#                       in PLX-Adapter 
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#  airo         PCI/ISA Cisco Aironet 4500 & 4800 series PCI/ISA cards 
201.
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# These 3 drivers acutally only work with Prism-II Cards - alternative driver 
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# to hostap_* 
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#  orinoco_pci  PCI     Lucent/Orinoco based WLAN-Cards 
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#  orinoco_plx  PCI     Lucent/Orinoco based PCMCIA WLAN-Cards in PLX Adapter 
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#  orinoco_tmd  PCI     Lucent/Orinoco based WLAN-Cards with TMD PCI-Bridge 
207.
 
208.
# WLAN-Card Drivers IEEE802.11g: 
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#  prism54      PCI/PCMCIA  Prism GT / Prism Duette / Prism Indigo Chipsets 
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#                           Achten Sie auf die Hinweise zum Prism54 Treiber 
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#                           in der WLAN Dokumentation! 
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#  rt2500	PCI/CARDBUS Ralink RT2500 Cards - experimental 
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# USB-Card Drivers: 
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#  pegasus      teledat Fast Ethernet USB 
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#  kaweth       3Com 3C19250 
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#               ADS USB-10BT 
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#               ATEN USB Ethernet 
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#               ASANTE USB To Ethernet Adapter 
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#               AOX Endpoints USB Ethernet 
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#               Correga K.K. 
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#               D-Link DSB-650C and DU-E10 
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#               Entrega / Portgear E45 
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#               I-O DATA USB-ET/T 
228.
#               Jaton USB Ethernet Device Adapter 
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#               Kingston Technology USB Ethernet Adapter 
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#               Linksys USB10T 
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#               Mobility USB-Ethernet Adapter 
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#               NetGear EA-101 
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#               Peracom Enet and Enet2 
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#               Portsmith Express Ethernet Adapter 
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#               Shark Pocket Adapter 
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#               SMC 2202USB 
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#               Sony Vaio port extender 
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#  rtl8150      RTL8150-based USB-Ethernet-Cards 
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#  catc         Belkin F5U111 
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#               CATC NetMate 
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#               CATC NetMate II 
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#               smartBridges smartNIC 
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# DSL-Modems shown as Ethernetcards: 
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#  cdcether     Ericsson PipeRider (all variants) 
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#               Motorola (DM100 and SB4100) 
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#               Broadcom Cable Modem (reference design) 
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#               Toshiba PCX1100U and possibly other cable modems 
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#               Sharp Zaurus SL-5000D 
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#  eagle-usb    Allied Telesyn AT-AR 215 
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#               Sagem 250 
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#               Acer ADSL Surf USB 
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#               D-Link DSL 260i 
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#               Sagem 840 
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#               US Robotics USR9000 
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#               Sagem F@st 800 
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## 
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# USB-to-USB-network-cable: 
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#  usbnet       Driver for usb-to-usb networklinks 
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# Token ring drivers (see token ring mini howto on  
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#     <http://www.tldp.org/docs.html#howto> and feel  
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#     free to submit documention changes: 
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267.
#  3c359 
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#  abyss 
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#  ibmtr 
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#  lanstreamer 
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#  olympic 
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#  smctr 
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#  tmsisa 
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#  tmspci 
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#  If you need a dummy device use 'dummy' as you NET_DRV 
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#  and IP_NET_%_DEV='dummy<number>' as your device 
278.
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
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NET_DRV_N='2'                  # number of ethernet drivers to load, usually 1 
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NET_DRV_1='8139too'           # 1st driver: name (e.g. NE2000 PCI clone) 
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NET_DRV_1_OPTION=''            # 1st driver: additional option 
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NET_DRV_2='8139too'                 # 2nd driver: name (e.g. NE2000 ISA clone) 
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NET_DRV_2_OPTION=''    # 2nd driver: additional option 
285.
 
286.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
287.
# Ether networks used with IP protocol: 
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
289.
IP_NET_N='1'                   # number of IP ethernet networks, usually 1 
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IP_NET_1='192.168.6.0/24'      # IP address of your n'th ethernet card and 
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                               # netmask in CIDR (no. of set bits) 
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IP_NET_1_DEV='eth1'            # required: device name like ethX 
293.
 
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
295.
# Additional routes, optional 
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
297.
IP_ROUTE_N='0'                            # number of additional routes 
298.
IP_ROUTE_1='192.168.7.0/24 192.168.6.99'  # network/netmaskbits gateway 
299.
IP_ROUTE_2='0.0.0.0/0 192.168.6.99'       # example for default-route 
300.
 
301.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
302.
# Packetfilter configuration; there are two styles, old and new - 
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# you have to choose one of them. 
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#  
305.
# Please choose the new packet filter configuration, the old one is 
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# deprecated and only provided for compatibility reasons. During boot 
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# up the configuration will be translated to the new configuration, 
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# printed to the screen and written to bootmsg.txt to allow for an 
309.
# easy migration to the new config style. 
310.
311.
# Old style packet filter config - set ORIG_FW_CONFIG='yes' to use 
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# this version 
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
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ORIG_FW_CONFIG='no' 
315.
 
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    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
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    # Known networks - Networks which are allowed to pass the packet 
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    # filter (additional restrictions may be applied via black/white 
319.
    # lists, port based filters, port forwarding opens additional holes, ...) 
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    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
321.
    MASQ_NETWORK='IP_NET_1'    # networks to masquerade (e.g. our LAN) 
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    ROUTE_NETWORK=''           # same as masq_network, but packets 
323.
                               # going into these networks are not 
324.
                               # masqueraded, see documentation 
325.
    TRUSTED_NETS=''            # allow free and unmasqueraded 
326.
                               # communication between these networks 
327.
 
328.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
329.
    # Host based restrictions: internal hosts to allow/deny forwarding 
330.
331.
    # FORWARD_HOST_WHITE='no'  describes a black list (forbidden) 
332.
    # FORWARD_HOST_WHITE='yes' describes a white list (allowed) 
333.
334.
    # Example: 
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    #   FORWARD_HOST_WHITE='no' and FORWARD_HOST_N='0': 
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    #    -> forwarding of 0 hosts is denied 
337.
    #    -> forwarding of all hosts is allowed 
338.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
339.
    FORWARD_HOST_WHITE='no'              # 'no': black list, 'yes': white list 
340.
    FORWARD_HOST_N='0'                   # number of allowed/denied hosts 
341.
    FORWARD_HOST_1='192.168.6.5'         # optional: 1st allowed/denied host 
342.
    FORWARD_HOST_2='@client2'            # optional: 2nd allowed/denied host 
343.
     
344.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
345.
    # Port based restrictions: ports to reject/deny forwarding  
346.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
347.
    FORWARD_DENY_PORT_N='3'              # no. of ports to reject/deny 
348.
                                         # forwarding 
349.
    FORWARD_DENY_PORT_1='139 REJECT-TCP' # reject forwarding of netbios 
350.
    FORWARD_DENY_PORT_2='445 REJECT-TCP' 
351.
    FORWARD_DENY_PORT_3='137-138 REJECT-UDP' 
352.
 
353.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
354.
    # Accept connections from outside to several ports (served ports) 
355.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
356.
    # INPUT_POLICY='REJECT'             # be nice and use reject as policy 
357.
                                        # already defined in new style 
358.
                                        # filter section 
359.
    INPUT_ACCEPT_PORT_N='0'             # no. of ports to accept from outside 
360.
    INPUT_ACCEPT_PORT_1='22 TCP'        # e.g. allow connection to ssh service 
361.
 
362.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
363.
    # Logging 
364.
    #-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
365.
    PACKETFILTER_LOG='no'               # log access to rejected/denied ports 
366.
 
367.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
368.
# New style packet filter config - set NEW_FW_CONFIG='yes' to use this 
369.
# version 
370.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
371.
NEW_FW_CONFIG='yes'                  # new style packet filter config: yes/no 
372.
 
373.
    INPUT_POLICY='REJECT'            # be nice and use reject as policy 
374.
    INPUT_ACCEPT_DEF='yes'           # use default rule set 
375.
    INPUT_LOG='no'                   # don't log anything 
376.
    INPUT_LOG_LIMIT='3/minute:5'     # log 3 events per minute; allow a 
377.
                                     # burst of 5 events 
378.
    INPUT_REJ_LIMIT='1/second:5'     # reject 1 connection per second; allow a 
379.
                                     # burst of 5 events; otherwise 
380.
                                     # drop packet 
381.
    INPUT_UDP_REJ_LIMIT='1/second:5' # reject 1 udp packet per second; allow a 
382.
                                     # burst of 5 events; otherwise drop packet 
383.
    INPUT_LIST_N='1' 
384.
    INPUT_LIST_1='IP_NET_1 ACCEPT'   # allow all hosts in the local 
385.
                                     # network access to the router 
386.
    INPUT_LIST_2='tmpl:samba DROP NOLOG' # drop (or reject) samba access 
387.
                                         # without logging, otherwise the log 
388.
                                         # file will be filled with useless 
389.
                                         # entries 
390.
 
391.
    FORWARD_POLICY='REJECT'          # be nice and use reject as policy 
392.
    FORWARD_ACCEPT_DEF='yes'         # use default rule set 
393.
    FORWARD_LOG='no'                 # don't log anything 
394.
    FORWARD_LOG_LIMIT='3/minute:5'   # log 3 events per minute; allow a 
395.
                                     # burst of 5 events 
396.
    FORWARD_REJ_LIMIT='1/second:5'   # reject 1 connection per second; allow a 
397.
                                     # burst of 5 events; otherwise 
398.
                                     # drop packet 
399.
    FORWARD_UDP_REJ_LIMIT='1/second:5'  # reject 1 udp packet per second; allow 
400.
                                        # a burst of 5 events; otherwise 
401.
                                        # drop packet 
402.
    FORWARD_LIST_N='2' 
403.
    FORWARD_LIST_1='tmpl:samba DROP' # drop samba traffic if it tries 
404.
                                     # to leave the subnet 
405.
    FORWARD_LIST_2='IP_NET_1 ACCEPT' # accept everything else 
406.
 
407.
    POSTROUTING_LIST_N='1' 
408.
    POSTROUTING_LIST_1='IP_NET_1 MASQUERADE'  # masquerade traffic leaving 
409.
                                              # the subnet 
410.
 
411.
    PREROUTING_LIST_N='0' 
412.
    PREROUTING_LIST_1='1.2.3.4 dynamic:22 DNAT:@client2' 
413.
                                              # forward ssh connections 
414.
                                              # coming from 1.2.3.4 to client2 
415.
 
416.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
417.
# Simple DMZ setup for dial-up based routers -- see documentation 
418.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
419.
OPT_DMZ='no' 
420.
 
421.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
422.
# Optional package: PORTFW 
423.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
424.
PORTFW_N='0'                          # how many portforwardings to set up 
425.
PORTFW_1_TARGET='8080'                # example 1: forward ext. port 8080 
426.
PORTFW_1_NEW_TARGET='192.168.6.15:80' # ...to int. host 192.168.6.15 port 80 
427.
PORTFW_1_PROTOCOL='tcp'               # ...using tcp 
428.
PORTFW_2_TARGET='3000-3010'           # example 2: forward portrange 3000-3010 
429.
PORTFW_2_NEW_TARGET='192.168.6.15'    # ...to int. host 192.168.6.15 
430.
PORTFW_2_PROTOCOL='tcp'               # ...using tcp 
431.
 
432.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
433.
# Masq modules 
434.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
435.
MASQ_MODULE_N='1'                     # load n masq modules (default: only ftp) 
436.
MASQ_MODULE_1='ftp'                   # ftp 
437.
MASQ_MODULE_1_OPTION=''               # options, see documentation 
438.
MASQ_MODULE_2='irc'                   # irc 
439.
MASQ_MODULE_2_OPTION=''               # options, see documentation 
440.
 
441.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
442.
# Domain configuration: 
443.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
444.
DOMAIN_NAME='lan.fli4l'               # your domain name 
445.
DNS_FORWARDERS='194.8.57.8'           # DNS servers of your provider, 
446.
                                      # e.g. ns.n-ix.net 
447.
 
448.
OPT_DNS='yes'                         # start dns server: yes or no 
449.
    DNS_LISTENIP_N='0'                # if 0 then listen on all interfaces 
450.
    DNS_LISTENIP_1='IP_NET_1_IPADDR'  # first IP to listen on 
451.
    DNS_VERBOSE='no'                  # log queries into syslog 
452.
    DNS_MX_SERVER=''                  # fqdn of the mx for your DOMAIN 
453.
    DNS_FORBIDDEN_N='0'               # number of forbidden domains 
454.
    DNS_FORBIDDEN_1='foo.bar'         # 1st forbidden domain 
455.
    DNS_FORBIDDEN_2='bar.foo'         # 2nd forbidden domain 
456.
    DNS_REDIRECT_N='0'                # number of redirected domains 
457.
    DNS_REDIRECT_1='foo.bar.foo'      # 1st redirected domain 
458.
    DNS_REDIRECT_1_IP='192.168.6.100' # IP of redirected domain 
459.
    DNS_BOGUS_PRIV='yes'              # fake reverse lookups for RFC1918 
460.
                                      # private address ranges 
461.
    DNS_FILTERWIN2K='yes'             # filters useless windows-originated DNS 
462.
                                      # requests and blocks all SRV requests 
463.
 
464.
    # Special DNS configuration 
465.
    #-------------------------- 
466.
    DNS_SPECIAL_N='0'                           # number of special  
467.
                                                # dns servers, normally 0 
468.
    #DNS_SPECIAL_1='firma.de 192.168.1.12'      # 1st special dns server 
469.
                                                # for firma.de 
470.
    #DNS_SPECIAL_2='lan.firma.de 192.168.2.12'  # 2nd special dns server 
471.
                                                # for lan.firma.de 
472.
 
473.
HOSTS_N='4'                           # number of hosts in your domain 
474.
                                      # 1st host: 
475.
HOST_1_NAME='dead'                # name or aliasname e.g. "HOSTNAME" 
476.
HOST_1_IP='192.168.1.1'           # IP or aliasname e.g. "IP_NET_1_IPADDR" 
477.
#HOST_1_ALIAS_N='0'                   # number of optional alias names 
478.
#HOST_1_ALIAS_1='router.lan.fli4l'    # 1st optional alias name 
479.
#HOST_1_ALIAS_2='gateway.lan.fli4l' 
480.
                                      # 2nd host: 
481.
HOST_2_NAME='ClientOne'                 # name 
482.
HOST_2_IP='192.168.1.2'               # IP 
483.
#HOST_2_DHCPTYP='hostname'            # set static dhcp-lease via [hostname]  
484.
                                      # or [mac] 
485.
#HOST_2_MAC=''       # optional mac address used by dhcpd 
486.
                                      # 3rd host: 
487.
HOST_3_NAME='ClientTwo'                 # name 
488.
HOST_3_IP='192.168.1.3'               # IP 
489.
#HOST_3_MAC='' 
490.
                                      # 4th host: 
491.
HOST_4_NAME='ClientThree'                 # name 
492.
HOST_4_IP='192.168.1.4'               # IP 
493.
#HOST_4_MAC='' 
494.
 
495.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
496.
# DNSMASQ-DHCP server 
497.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
498.
OPT_DNSDHCP='no'                      # activate DHCP server: yes or no 
499.
 
500.
    DNSDHCP_LS_TIME_DYN='3600'        # default time for dynamic leases: 1 hour 
501.
    DNSDHCP_MAX_LS_TIME_DYN='7200'    # max time  for dynamic leases: 2 hours 
502.
    DNSDHCP_LS_TIME_FIX='86400'       # default time for fix leases: 1 day 
503.
    DNSDHCP_MAX_LS_TIME_FIX='604800'  # max time for fix leases: 1 week 
504.
    DNSDHCP_LEASES_DIR='/boot'        # don't touch this until you 
505.
                                      # have read the manual! 
506.
 
507.
    DNSDHCP_WINSSERVER_1=''           # IP-address of 1st external wins-server 
508.
                                      # (don't use if OPT_NMBD='yes'!) 
509.
    DNSDHCP_WINSSERVER_2=''           # IP-address of 2nd external wins-server 
510.
                                      # (don't use if OPT_NMBD='yes'!) 
511.
 
512.
    # Parameters for local Networks 
513.
    # ----------------------------- 
514.
    DNSDHCP_RANGE_1_START='192.168.6.100'     # start-IP of n'th ethernet, 
515.
                                              # see IP_NET_N 
516.
    DNSDHCP_RANGE_1_END='192.168.6.150'       # end-IP of n'th ethernet, 
517.
                                              # see IP_NET_N 
518.
    DNSDHCP_RANGE_1_DNS_SERVER=''             # if empty the IP of interface 
519.
                                              # IP_NET_N is used; 
520.
                                              # if set to 'none' no 
521.
                                              # dns-server is transmitted 
522.
    DNSDHCP_RANGE_1_NTP_SERVER=''             # if empty and OPT_CHRONY='yes' 
523.
                                              # the IP of interface IP_NET_N 
524.
                                              # is used; if set to 'none' no 
525.
                                              # ntp-server is transmitted 
526.
    DNSDHCP_RANGE_1_GATEWAY=''                # if empty the IP of interface 
527.
                                              # IP_NET_N is used; 
528.
                                              # if set to 'none' no 
529.
                                              # gateway is transmitted 
530.
 
531.
    # Parameters for extra Networks (via relay) 
532.
    # ----------------------------------------- 
533.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_N='0'                    # number of extra ranges 
534.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_1_START='192.168.8.2'    # start-IP of n'th extra range 
535.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_1_END='192.168.8.50'     # end-IP of n'th extra range 
536.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_1_NETMASK='255.255.255.0'  # netmask for extra range 
537.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_1_DNS_SERVER='192.168.8.1' # DNS Server for extra range 
538.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_1_NTP_SERVER=''          # NTP Server for extra range 
539.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_1_GATEWAY='192.168.8.1'  # default gateway for 
540.
                                                 # extra range 
541.
 
542.
    DNSDHCP_EXTRA_RANGE_1_DEVICE='eth0'    # device used to reach extra network 
543.
                                                    
544.
 
545.
    # Deny hosts from dhcp-Access 
546.
    # --------------------------- 
547.
    DNSDHCP_DENY_MAC_N='0'                    # number of denied MAC addresses 
548.
    DNSDHCP_DENY_MAC_1='00:01:02:03:04:05'    # MAC address is denied from DHCP 
549.
 
550.
 
551.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
552.
# imond configuration: 
553.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
554.
START_IMOND='yes'                    # start imond: yes or no 
555.
    IMOND_USE_ORIG='yes'            # use the original version of imond instead 
556.
                                    # of the development version: yes or no 
557.
    IMOND_PORT='5000'               # port (tcp), don't open it to the outside 
558.
    IMOND_PASS='123'                   # imond-password, may be empty 
559.
    IMOND_ADMIN_PASS='123'             # imond-admin-password, may be empty 
560.
    IMOND_LED=''                    # tty for led: com1 - com4 or empty 
561.
    IMOND_BEEP='no'                 # beep if connection going up/down 
562.
    IMOND_LOG='no'                  # log /var/log/imond.log: yes or no 
563.
    IMOND_LOGDIR='/var/log'         # log-directory, e.g. /var/log 
564.
    IMOND_ENABLE='yes'              # accept "enable/disable" commands 
565.
    IMOND_DIAL='yes'                # accept "dial/hangup" commands 
566.
    IMOND_ROUTE='yes'               # accept "route" command 
567.
    IMOND_REBOOT='yes'              # accept "reboot" command 
568.
 
569.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
570.
# Generic circuit configuration: 
571.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
572.
IP_DYN_ADDR='yes'                   # use dyn. IP addresses (most providers do) 
573.
DIALMODE='auto'                     # standard dialmode: auto, manual, or off 
574.
 
575.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
576.
# optional package: syslogd 
577.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
578.
OPT_SYSLOGD='no'                       # start syslogd: yes or no 
579.
    SYSLOGD_DEST_N='1'                 # number of destinations 
580.
    SYSLOGD_DEST_1='*.* /dev/console'  # n'th prio & destination of syslog msgs 
581.
    SYSLOGD_DEST_2='*.* @192.168.6.2'  # example: loghost 192.168.6.2 
582.
    SYSLOGD_DEST_3='kern.info /var/log/dial.log'  # example: log infos to file 
583.
 
584.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
585.
# Optional package: klogd 
586.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
587.
OPT_KLOGD='no'                      # start klogd: yes or no 
588.
 
589.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
590.
# Optional package: y2k correction 
591.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
592.
OPT_Y2K='no'                        # y2k correction: yes or no 
593.
    Y2K_DAYS='0'                    # correct hardware y2k-bug: add x days 
594.
 
595.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
596.
# Optional package: PNP 
597.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
598.
OPT_PNP='no'                        # install isapnp tools: yes or no 
599.
 
600.
 
601.
 
602.
 
603.
DSL.TXT 
604.
 
605.
 
606.
##----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
607.
## dsl.txt - fli4l configuration parameters                        3.0.0 
608.
## 
609.
##        P L E A S E   R E A D   T H E   D O C U M E N T A T I O N , 
610.
##                      S E E   R E A D M E . T X T 
611.
## 
612.
##        B I T T E  U N B E D I N G T   D I E   D O K U M E N T A T I O N 
613.
##              L E S E N ,  S I E H E   R E A D M E . T X T 
614.
## 
615.
## Creation:     26.06.2001  fm 
616.
## Last Update:  $Id: dsl.txt 7217 2004-12-07 19:23:39Z abe $ 
617.
## 
618.
## Copyright (c) 2001-2002 Frank Meyer <frank@fli4l.de> 
619.
## 
620.
## This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify 
621.
## it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by 
622.
## the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or 
623.
## (at your option) any later version. 
624.
##----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
625.
 
626.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
627.
# Optional package: PPPoE 
628.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
629.
OPT_PPPOE='yes'                  # use ppp over ethernet: yes or no 
630.
PPPOE_NAME='DSL'                # circuit name, don't use spaces 
631.
PPPOE_USEPEERDNS='yes'          # use dns server of your provider: yes or no 
632.
PPPOE_ETH='eth0'                # eth card connected to ADSL modem, 
633.
                                # e.g. 2nd or an ethernet based 
634.
                                # bridge, e.g. br0 
635.
PPPOE_TYPE='in_kernel'               # async, sync or in_kernel 
636.
PPPOE_DEBUG='no'                # enable pppd debugging, 'yes' or 'no' 
637.
PPPOE_USER='********'           # username 
638.
PPPOE_PASS='********'             # password 
639.
PPPOE_HUP_TIMEOUT='600'         # idle time after which to hangup 
640.
PPPOE_CHARGEINT='60'            # value of charge interval (in seconds) 
641.
PPPOE_TIMES='Mo-Su:00-24:0.0:Y' # times/charges when LCR 
642.
PPPOE_FILTER='yes'              # filter traffic to be able to hangup 
643.
                                # even if someone is trying to scan us 
644.
PPPOE_MTU='1492'		# set MTU for PPPOE connection 
645.
PPPOE_MRU='1492'		# set MRU for PPPOE connection 
646.
 
647.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
648.
# Optional package: FRITZDSL 
649.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
650.
OPT_FRITZDSL='no'                  # use fritzdsl: yes or no 
651.
FRITZDSL_NAME='DSL'                # circuit name, don't use spaces 
652.
FRITZDSL_USEPEERDNS='yes'          # use dns server of your provider: yes or no 
653.
FRITZDSL_TYPE='fcdsl'              # fcdsl, fcdsl2, fcdslusb, fcdslslusb 
654.
                                   # or fcdslsl 
655.
FRITZDSL_PROVIDER='U-R2'           # type of provider 
656.
FRITZDSL_USER='anonymer'           # username 
657.
FRITZDSL_PASS='surfer'             # password 
658.
FRITZDSL_DEBUG='no'                # enable pppd debugging, 'yes' or 'no' 
659.
FRITZDSL_HUP_TIMEOUT='600'         # idle time after which to hangup 
660.
FRITZDSL_CHARGEINT='60'            # value of charge interval (in seconds) 
661.
FRITZDSL_TIMES='Mo-Su:00-24:0.0:Y' # times/charges when LCR 
662.
FRITZDSL_FILTER='yes'              # filter traffic to be able to hangup 
663.
                                   # even if someone is trying to scan us 
664.
FRITZDSL_MTU='1492'                # set MTU for FRITZDSL connection 
665.
FRITZDSL_MRU='1492'                # set MRU for FRITZDSL connection 
666.
 
667.
 
668.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
669.
# Optional package: PPTP - DSL in Austria/Netherlands 
670.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
671.
OPT_PPTP='no'                   # use PPTP: yes or no 
672.
PPTP_NAME='DSL'                 # circuit name, don't use spaces 
673.
PPTP_USEPEERDNS='yes'           # use dns server of your provider: yes or no 
674.
PPTP_ETH='eth1'                 # ethernet card connected to ADSL modem 
675.
PPTP_USER='anonymer'            # username 
676.
PPTP_PASS='surfer'              # password 
677.
PPTP_DEBUG='no'                 # enable pppd debugging, 'yes' or 'no' 
678.
PPTP_HUP_TIMEOUT='600'          # idle time after which to hangup 
679.
PPTP_MODEM_TYPE='bcaa'          # 3 different types in Austria:  
680.
				#    bbaa / bcaa / xdsl  
681.
                                # in the Netherlands use 'mxstream' 
682.
PPTP_CHARGEINT='60'             # value of charge interval (in seconds) 
683.
PPTP_TIMES='Mo-Su:00-24:0.0:Y'  # times/charges when LCR 
684.
PPTP_FILTER='yes'               # filter traffic to be able to hangup 
685.
                                # even if someone is trying to scan us 
686.
 
687.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
688.
# optional package: PPPoE-Status 
689.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
690.
OPT_POESTATUS='no'              # show pppoe status on console #3 
691.
 
692.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
693.
# Optional package: PFC - Packet-Filter-Compiler 
694.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
695.
OPT_PFC='no'                    # see documentation 
696.
 
Grüße dead
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Mitglied: moonstar
09.02.2006 um 20:15 Uhr
Hi,
wenn ich die Datei richtig gelesen habe benutzt dein Router den 192.168.6.0/255.255.255.0 Netz.
"IP_NET_1='192.168.6.0/24' # "

aber für deine Clienten hast du die IP-Adressen 192.168.1.1 -192.168.1.4 eingestellt.

Aktivier doch mal dhcp auf dem Router und PC oder
gibt deinen Client z.B. die IP-Adresse 192.168.6.4

01.
-------------------------------- 
02.
HOSTS_N='4' # number of hosts in your domain 
03.
# 1st host: 
04.
HOST_1_NAME='dead' # name or aliasname e.g. "HOSTNAME" 
05.
HOST_1_IP='192.168.1.1' # IP or aliasname e.g. "IP_NET_1_IPADDR" 
06.
#HOST_1_ALIAS_N='0' # number of optional alias names 
07.
#HOST_1_ALIAS_1='router.lan.fli4l' # 1st optional alias name 
08.
#HOST_1_ALIAS_2='gateway.lan.fli4l' 
09.
# 2nd host: 
10.
HOST_2_NAME='ClientOne' # name 
11.
HOST_2_IP='192.168.1.2' # IP 
12.
#HOST_2_DHCPTYP='hostname' # set static dhcp-lease via [hostname] 
13.
# or [mac] 
14.
#HOST_2_MAC='' # optional mac address used by dhcpd 
15.
# 3rd host: 
16.
HOST_3_NAME='ClientTwo' # name 
17.
HOST_3_IP='192.168.1.3' # IP 
18.
#HOST_3_MAC='' 
19.
# 4th host: 
20.
HOST_4_NAME='ClientThree' # name 
21.
HOST_4_IP='192.168.1.4' # IP 
22.
#HOST_4_MAC=''  
23.
-------------------------------------------------------
MoonStar
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Mitglied: Deadman
09.02.2006 um 21:17 Uhr
hi...ja die idee kam mir auch hab meinem client die ip 192.168.6.2 gegeben aber deswegen hat er trotzdem kein internet.....und die dhcp methode hatte ich noch nicht probiert wobei ich bezweifel dass es danach gehen würd aber das werd ich morgen testen....d.h ja dass ich nur bei
OPT_DNSDHCP='no' # activate DHCP server: yes or no
nen yes setzen muss und dann halt auf meinem client ip & dns server adresse automatisch beziehen oder?...grüße dead
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Mitglied: moonstar
09.02.2006 um 21:47 Uhr
das sollte so funktionieren.

Bye
MoonStar
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Mitglied: Deadman
10.02.2006 um 12:01 Uhr
Hey Jungs.....hab jetzt den dhcp server auf yes gesetzt und nun hab ich komischerweise internet....auf jedne fall schonmal ein danke jetzt kanns wenigstens weiter gehen den router zu konfigurieren.....falls irgendwann wieder was sein sollte wende ich mich an euch
gruß dead
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