IP Masquerade Resource page Will have all the current information for setting up IP Masquerade on 2.0.x, 2.2.x, and even old 1.2 kernels!
Juan Jose Ciarlante's WWW site who is the current Linux IP Masquerade maintainer.
IP Masquerade mailing list Archives contains the recent messages sent to the mailing lists.
David Ranch's Linux page including the TrinityOS Linux document and current versions of the IP-MASQ-HOWTO.. Topics such as IP MASQ, strong IPFWADM/IPCHAINS rulesets, PPP, Diald, Cablemodems, DNS, Sendmail, Samba, NFS, Security, etc. are covered.
IP Masquerading Applications page: A comprehensive list of applications that work or can be tuned to work through a Linux IP masquerading server.
- For people setting up IP Masq on MkLinux, email Taro Fukunaga at
firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of his short MkLinux version of this HOWTO.
IP masquerade FAQ has some general information
- Paul Russel's
http://netfilter.filewatcher.org/ipchains/ doc and its possibly older backup at
Linux IPCHAINS HOWTO. This HOWTO has lots of information for IPCHAINS usage, as well as source and binaries for the ipchains tool.
X/OS Ipfwadm page contains sources, binaries, documentation, and other information about the
- Check out the
GreatCircle's Firewall mailing list for a great resource for strong firewall rulesets.
LDP Network Administrator's Guide is a MUST for the beginner Linux administrator trying to set up a network.
Linux NET-3-4 HOWTO is also another comprehensive document on how to setup and configure Linux networking.
Linux ISP Hookup HOWTO and
Linux PPP HOWTO gives you information on how to connect your Linux host to the Internet
Linux Ethernet-Howto is a good source of information about setting up a LAN running over Ethernet.
Donald Becker's NIC drivers and Support Utils
- You may also be interested in
Linux Firewalling and Proxy Server HOWTO
Linux Kernel HOWTO will guide you through the kernel compilation process
Linux HOWTOs such as Kernel HOWTO
- Posting to the USENET newsgroup:
Linux IP Masquerade Resource is a website dedicated to Linux IP Masquerade information also maintained by Ambrose Au. It has the latest information related to IP Masquerade and may have information that is not being included in the HOWTO.
You may find the Linux IP Masquerade Resource at the following locations:
In Alphabetical order:
- Gabriel Beitler, email@example.com
on providing section 3.3.8 (setting up Novell)
- Juan Jose Ciarlante, firstname.lastname@example.org
on contributing his work on his IPMASQADM port forward tool, his work on the 2.1.x and 2.2.x kernel code, the original LooseUDP patch, etc.
- Steven Clarke, email@example.com
on contributing his IPPORTFW IP port forwarder tool
- Andrew Deryabin, firstname.lastname@example.org
on contributing his ICQ MASQ module
- Ed Doolittle, email@example.com
on suggestion to
-V option in
ipfwadm command for improved security
- Matthew Driver, firstname.lastname@example.org
on helping extensively on this HOWTO, and providing section 3.3.1 (setting up Windows 95)
- Ken Eves, email@example.com
on the FAQ that provides invaluable information for this HOWTO
- John Hardin, firstname.lastname@example.org
for his PPTP and IPSEC forwarding tools
- Glenn Lamb, email@example.com
for the LooseUDP patch
- Ed. Lott, firstname.lastname@example.org
for a long list of tested system and software
- Nigel Metheringham, Nigel.Metheringham@theplanet.net
on contributing his version of IP Packet Filtering and IP Masquerading HOWTO, which make this HOWTO a better and technical in-depth document
section 4.1, 4.2, and others
- Keith Owens, email@example.com
on providing an excellent guide on ipfwadm section 4.2
on correction to
ipfwadm -deny option which avoids a security hole, and clarified the status of
ping over IP Masquerade
- Michael Owings, firstname.lastname@example.org
on providing section for CU-SeeMe and Linux IP-Masquerade Teeny How-To
- Rob Pelkey, email@example.com
on providing section 3.3.6 and 3.3.7 (setting up MacTCP and Open Transport)
- Harish Pillay, firstname.lastname@example.org
on providing section 4.5 (dial-on-demand using Diald)
- Mark Purcell, email@example.com
on providing section 4.6 (IPautofw)
- David Ranch, firstname.lastname@example.org
help updating and maintaining this HOWTO and the Linux IP Masquerade Resource Page, the TrinityOS document
, ..., too many to list here :-)
- Paul Russell, email@example.com
for all his work on IP CHAINS, IP Masquerade kernel patches, etc
- Ueli Rutishauser, firstname.lastname@example.org
on providing section 3.3.9 (setting up OS/2 Warp)
- Steve Grevemeyer, email@example.com
for taking over the IP Masq Applications page from Lee Nevo and updating it to a full DB backend.
- Fred Viles, firstname.lastname@example.org
for his patches for proper port forarding of FTP.
- John B. (Brent) Williams, email@example.com
on providing section 3.3.7 (setting up Open Transport)
- Enrique Pessoa Xavier, firstname.lastname@example.org
on the BOOTp setup suggestion
- All the people on the IP-MASQ email list, email@example.com
for their help and support for all the new Linux MASQ users.
- Other code and documentation developers of IP Masquerade for this great feature
- Delian Delchev, firstname.lastname@example.org
- David DeSimone (FuzzyFox), email@example.com
- Jeanette Pauline Middelink, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Miquel van Smoorenburg, email@example.com
- Jos Vos, firstname.lastname@example.org
- And more who I may have failed to mention here (please let me know)
- All users sending feedback and suggestion to the mailing list, especially the ones who reported errors in the document and the clients that are supported and not supported
- We apologize if we have omitted any important names, not included information that some fellow users have sent us yet, etc. There are many suggestions and ideas sent but there isn't have enough time to verify and integrate these changes. David Ranch is constantly trying his best to incorporate all the information sent to me into the HOWTO. I thank you for the effort, and I hope you understand our situation.
- Original IP masquerade FAQ by Ken Eves
- IP masquerade mailing list archive by Indyramp Consulting
- IP Masquerade WWW site by Ambrose Au
- Ipfwadm page by X/OS
- Various networking related Linux HOWTOs
- Some topics covered in TrinityOS by David Ranch
- TO do - HOWTO:
- Add the scripted IPMASQADM example to the Forwarders section. Also confirm the syntax.
- Add a little section on having multiple subnets behind a MASQ server
- Confirm the IPCHAINS ruleset and make sure it is consistant with the IPFWADM ruleset
TO DO - WWW page:
- Update all PPTP urls from lowrent to ftp://ftp.rubyriver.com/pub/jhardin/masquerade/ip_masq_vpn.html
- Update the PPTP patch on the masq site
- Update the portfw FTP patch
Changes from 1.90 to 1.95 - 11/11/00
- Added a quick upfront notice in the intro that running a SINGLE NIC in MASQ mutliple ethernet segments is NOT recommended and linked to the relivant FAQ entry. Thanks to Daniel Chudnov for helping the HOWTO be more clear.
- Added a pointer in the Intro section to the FAQ section for users looking for how MASQ is different from NAT and Proxy services.
- Reordered the Kernel requirements sections to be 2.2.x, 2.4.x, 2.0.x
- Expanded the kernel testing in Section 3 to see if a given kernel already supports MASQ or not.
- Reversed the order of the displayed simple MASQ ruleset examples (2.2.x and 2.0.x)
- Cleaned up some formatting issues in the 2.0.x and 2.2.x rc.firewall files
- Noted in the 2.2.x rc.firewall that the defrag option is gone in some distro's proc (Debian, TurboLinux, etc)
- Added a NOTE #3 to the rc.firewall scripts to include instructions for Pump. Thanks to Ross Johnson for this one.
- Cleaned up the simple MASQ ruleset examples for both the 2.2.x and 2.2.x kernels
- Updated the simple and stronger IPCHAINS and IPFWADM rulesets to include the external interface names (IPCHAINS is -i; IPFWADM is -W) to avoid some internal traffic MASQing issues.
- Vastly expanded the Section 5 (testing) with even more testing steps with added complete examples of what the output of the testing commands should look like.
- Moved the H.323 application documentation from NOT supported to Supported. :)
- Reordered the Multiple LAN section examples (2.2.x then 2.0.x)
- Made some additional clarifications to the Multiple LAN examples
Fixed a critical typo with multiple NIC MASQing where the network examples had the specified networks reversed. Thanks to Matt Goheen for catching this.
- Added a little intro to MFW in the PORTFW section.
- Reveresed the 2.0.x and 2.2.x sections for PORTFW
- Updated the news regarding PORTFWing FTP traffic for 2.2.x kernels
NOTE: At this time, there *IS* a BETA level IP_MASQ_FTP module
for PORT Forwarding FTP connections 2.2.x kernels which also supports
adding additional PORTFW FTP ports on the fly without the requirement
of unloading and reloaded the IP_MASQ_FTP module and thus breaking any
existing FTP transfers.
- Added a top level note about PORTFWed FTP support
- Added a noted to the 2.0.x PORTFW'ed FTP example why users DON'T need to PORTFW port 20.
- Updated the PORTFW section to also mention that users can use FTP proxy
applications like the one from SuSe to support PORTFWed FTP-like functionality. Thanks to Stephen Graham for this one.
- Updated the example for how to enable PORTFWed FTP to also include required configurations to how the ip_masq_ftp module is loaded for users who use multiple PORTs to contact multiple internal FTP servers. Thanks to Bob Britton for reminding me about this one.
- Added a FAQ entry for users who have embedded ^Ms in their rc.firewall
- Expanded the FAQ entry talking about how MASQ is different from NAT and Proxy to include some informative URLs.
- Updated the explination of the MASQ MTU issue and describe the two main explinations of the issue.
- Clarified that per the RFC, PPPoE should only require an MTU of 1490 though some ISPs require a setting of 1460. Because of this, I have updated the example to show an MTU of 1490.
- Broke out the Windows 9x sections into Win95 and Win98 as they use different settings (DWORD vs. STRING). I also updated the sections to be more clear and the Registry backup methods have been updated.
- Fixed a typo where the NT 4.0 Registry entries were backwards
(Tcpip/Parameters vs. Parameters/Tcpip).
- Fixed an issue where the WinNT entry should have been a DWORD and not a
- A serious thanks goes out to Geoff Mottram for his various PPPoE and various Windows Registry entry fixes.
- Added an explict URL for Oident in the IRC FAQ entry
- Updated the FAQ section regarding some broken "netstat" versions
- Added new FAQ sections for MASQ accounting ideas and traffic shaping
- Expanded the IPROUTE2 FAQ entry on what Policy-routing is.
- Moved the IPROUTE2 URLs to the 2.2.x Kernel requirements section and also added a few more URLs as well.
- Corrected the "intnet" varible in the stronger IPCHAINS ruleset to reflect the 192.168.0.0 network to be consistent with the rest of the example. Thanks to Ross Johnson for this one.
- Added a new FAQ section for people asking about forwarding problems between multiple internal MASQed LANs.
- Added a new FAQ section about users wanting to PORTFW all ports from
multiple external IP addresses to internal ones. I also touched on peopel
trying to PORTFW all ports on multiple IP ALIASed interfaces and also noted the
Bridge+Firewall HOWTO for DSL and Cablemodem users who have multiple IPs in a
- Added Mandrake 7.1, Mandrake 7.2, and Slackware 7.1 to the supported list
- Added Redhat 7.0 to the MASQ supported distros. Thanks to Eugene Goldstein for this one.
- Fixed a mathmatical error in the "Maximum Throughput" calculation in the FAQ section. Thanks to Joe White @ email@example.com for this one.
- Fixed the fact that the Windows9x MTU changes are a STRING change and not a DWORD change to the registry. Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for this one.
- Updated the comments in the 2.0.x rc.firewall script to note that the
ip_defrag option is for both 2.0 and 2.2 kernels. Thanks to email@example.com for
Changes from 1.85 to 1.90 - 07/03/00
- Updated the URL for TrinityOS to reflect its new layout
- Caught a typo in the IPCHAINS rulesets where I was setting "ip_ip_always_defrag" instead of "ip_always_defrag"
- The URL to Taro Fukunaga was invaild since it was using "mail:" instead of "mailto:"
- Added some clarification to the "Masqing multiple internal interfaces" where some people didn't understand why eth0 was referenced multiple times.
- Fixed another "space after the EXTIP variable" bug in the stronger IPCHAINS section. I guess I missed one.
- In Test #7 of Section 5, I referred users to go back to step #4. Thats should have been step #6.
- Updated the kernel versions that came with SuSe 5.2 and 6.0
- Fixed a typo (or vs. of) in Section 7.2
- Added Item #9 to the Testing MASQ section to refer users who are still haing MASQ problems to read the MTU entry in the FAQ
- Improved the itemization in Section 5
- Updated the IPCHAINS syntax to show the MASQ/FORWARD table. Before, it was valid to run "ipchains -F -L" but now only "ipchains -M -L" works.
- Updated the LooseUDP documentation to reflect the new LooseUDP behavior in 2.2.16+ kernels. Before, it was always enabled, now, it defaults to OFF due to a possible MASQed UDP port scanning vunerability. I have updated the BASIC and SEMI-STRONG IPCHAINS rulesets to reflect this option.
- Updated the recommended 2.2.x kernel to be 2.2.16+ since there is a TCP root exploit vunerability in all lesser versions.
- Added Redhat 6.2 to the MASQ supported list
- Updated the link for Sonny Parlin's FWCONFIG to now point to fBuilder.
- Updated the various example IP addresses from 111.222.333.444 to be 188.8.131.52 to be within a valid IP address range
- Updated the URL for the BETA H.323 MASQ module
- Finally updated the MTU FAQ section to help out PPPoE DSL and Cablemodem users. Basically, the
section now reflects that users can also change the MTU settings of all of their INTERNAL machines to solve the dreaded MASQ MTU issue.
- Added a clarification to the PORTFW section that PORTFWed connections that work for EXTERNAL clients will not work for INTERNAL clients. If you also need INTERNAL portfw, you will need to also impliment the REDIR tool as well. I also noted that this issue is fixed in the 2.4.x kernels with Netfilter.
- I also added a technical explination from Juanjo to the end of the PORTFW section to why this senario doesn't work properly.
- Updated all of the IPCHAINS URLs to point to Paul Rusty's new site at http://netfilter.filewatcher.org/ipchains/
- Updated Paul Rustys email address
- Added a new FAQ section for users whose connections remain idle for a long time and their PORTFWed connection no longer work.
- Updated all the URLs to the LDP that pointed to metalab.unc.edu to the new site of linuxdoc.org
- Updated the Netfilter URLs to point to renamed HOWTOs, etc.
- I also updated the status of the 2.4.x support to note that I *will* add full Netfilter support to this HOWTO and if the time comes, then split that support off into a different HOWTO.
- Updated the 2.4.x Requirements section to reflect how NetFilter has changed compared to IPFWADM and IPCHAINS and gave a PROs/CONs list of new features and changes to old behaviors.
- Added a TCP/IP math example to the "My MASQ connection is slow" FAQ entry to better explain what a user should expect performance wise.
- Updated the HOWTO to reflect that newer versions of the "pump" DHCP client now can run scripts upon bringup, lease renew, etc.
- Updated the PORTFWing of FTP to reflect that several users say they can successfully forward FTP traffic to internal machines without the need of a special ip_masq_ftp module. I have made the HOWTO reflect that users should try it without the modified module first and then move to the patch if required.
Changes from 1.82 to 1.85 - 05/29/00
- Ambrose Au's name has been taken off the title page as David Ranch has been the primary maintainer for the HOWTO for over a year. Ambrose will still be involved with the WWW site though.
- Deleted a stray SPACE in section 6.4
- Re-ordered the compatible MASQ'ed OS section and added instructions for setting up a AS/400 system running on OS/400. Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for the notes.
- Added an additional PORFW-FTP patch URL for FTP access if HTTP access fails.
- Updated the kernel versions for Redhat 5.1 & 6.1 in the FAQ
- Added FloppyFW to the list of MASQ-enabled Linux distros
- Fixed an issue in the Stronger IPFWADM rule set where there were spaces between "ppp_ip" and the "=".
- In the kernel compiling section for 2.2.x kernels, I removed the reference to enable "CONFIG_IP_ALWAYS_DEFRAG". This option was removed from the compiling section and enabled by default with MASQ enabled in 2.2.12.
- Because of the above change in the kernel behavior, I have added the enabling of ip_always_defrag to all the rc.firewall examples.
- Updated the status of support for H.323. There is now ALPHA versions of modules to support H.323 on both 2.0.x and 2.2.x kernels.
- Added Debian v2.2 to the supported MASQ distributions list
- Fixed a long standing issue where the section that covered explict filtering of IP addresses for IPCHAINS had old IPFWADM syntax. I've also cleaned this section up a little and made it a little more understandable.
- Doh! Added Juan Ciarlante's URL to the important MASQ resources
section. Man.. you guys need to make me more honest than this!!
- Updated the HOWTO to reflect kernels 2.0.38 and 2.2.15
- Rerversed the order shown to compile kernels to show 2.2.x kernels
first as 2.0.x is getting pretty old.
- Updated the 2.2.x kernel compiling section to reflect the changed
options for the latter 2.2.x kernels.
- Added a a possible solution for people that fail to get past MASQ test
Changes from 1.81 to 1.82 - 01/22/00
- Added a missing subsection for /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_dynaddr in the
stronger IPCHAINS ruleset. Section 6.5
- Changed the IP Masq support for Debian 2.1 to YES
- Reorganized and updated the "Masq is slow" FAQ section to include fixing Ethernet speed and duplex issues.
- Added a link to Donald Becker's MII utilities for Ethernet NIC cards
- Added a missing ")" for the 2.2.x section (previously fixed it only for the 2.0.x version) to the ICQ portfw script and changed the evaluation from -lt to -le
- Added Caldera eServer v2.3 to the MASQ supported list
- Added Mandrake 6.0, 6.1, 7.0 to the MASQ supported list
- Added Slackware v7.0 to the MASQ supported list
- Added Redhat 6.1 to the MASQ supported list
- Added TurboLinux 4.0 Lite to the MASQ supported list
- Added SuSe 6.3 to the MASQ supported list
- Updated the recommended stable 2.2.x kernel to be anything newer than 2.2.11
- In section 3.3, the HOWTO forgot how to tell the user how to load the /etc/rc.d/rc.firewall upon each reboot. This has now been covered for Redhat (and Redhat-based distros) and Slackware.
- Added clarification in the Windows WFWG v3.x and NT setup sections why users should NOT configure the DHCP, WINS, and Forwarding options.
- Added a FAQ section on how to fix FTP problems with MASQed machines.
- Fixed a typo in the Stronger firewall rulesets. The "extip" variabl cannot have the SPACE between the variable name and the "=" sign. Thanks to email@example.com for the sharp eye.
- Updated the compatibly section: Mandrake 7.0 is based on 2.2.14 and TurboLinux v6.0 runs 2.2.12
Changes from 1.80 to 1.81 - 01/09/00
- Updated the ICQ section to reflect that the new ICQ Masq module supports file transfer and real-time chat. The 2.0.x module still has those limitations.
- Updated Steven E. Grevemeyer's email address. He is the maintainer of the IP Masq Applications page.
- Fixed a few lines that were missing the work AREN'T for the "setsockopt" errors.
- Updated a error the strong IPCHAINS ruleset where it was using the variable name "ppp_ip" instead of "extip".
- Fixed a "." vs a "?" typo in section 3.3.1 in the DHCP comment section.
- Added a missing ")" to the ICQ portfw script and changed the evaluation from -lt to -le
- Updated the Quake Module syntax to NOT use the "ports=" verbage
Changes from 1.79 to 1.80 - 12/26/99
- Fixed a space typo when setting the "ppp_ip" address.
- Fixed a typo in the simple IPCHAINS ruleset. "deny" to "DENY"
- Updated the URLs for Bjorn's "modutils" for Linux
- Added verbage about NetFilter and IPTables and gave URLs until it is added to this HOWTO or a different HOWTO.
- Updated the simple /etc/rc.d/rc.firewall examples to notify users about the old Quake module bug.
- Updated the STRONG IPFWADM /etc/rc.d/rc.firewall to clarify users about dynamic IP addresses (PPP & DHCP), newer DHCPCD syntax, and the old Quake module bug.
- Updated the STRONG IPCHAINS /etc/rc.d/rc.firewall to ADD a missing section on dynamic IP addresses (PPP & DHCP) and the old Quake module bug.
- Added a note in the "Applications that DO NOT work" section that there IS a beta module for Microsoft NetMeeting (H.323 based) v2.x on 2.0.x kernels. There is NO versions available for Netmeeting 3.x and/or 2.2.x kernels as of yet.
Changes from 1.78 to 1.79 - 10/21/99
- Updated the HOWTO name to reflect that it isn't a MINI anymore!
Changes from 1.77 to 1.78 - 8/24/99
- Fixed a typeo in "Section 6.6 - Multiple Internal Networks" where the -a policy was ommited.
- Deleted the 2.2.x kernel configure option "Drop source routed frames" since it is now enabled by default and the kernel compile option was removed.
- Updated the 2.2.x and all other IPCHAINS sections to notify users of the IPCHAINS fragmentation bug.
- Updated all the URLs point at Lee Nevo's old IP Masq Applications page to Seg's new page.
Changes from 1.76 to 1.77 - 7/26/99
- Fixed a typo in the Port fowarding section that used "ipmasqadm ipportfw -C" instead of "ipmasqadm portfw -f"
Changes from 1.75 to 1.76 - 7/19/99
- Updated the "ipfwadm: setsockopt failed: Protocol not available" message in the FAQ to be more clear instead of making the user hunt for the answer in the Forwarders section.
- Fixed incorrect syntax in section 6.7 for IPMASQADM and "portfw"
Changes from 1.72 to 1.75 - 6/19/99
- Fixed the quake module port setup order for the weak IPFWADM & IPCHAINS ruleset and the strong IPFWADM ruleset as well.
- Added a user report about port forwarding ICQ 4000 directly in and using ICQ's default settings WITHOUT enabling the "Non-Sock" proxy setup.
- Updated the URLs for the IPMASQADM tool
- Added references to Taro Fukunaga, firstname.lastname@example.org for his MkLinux port of the HOWTO
- Updated the blurb about Sonny Parlin's FWCONFIG tool to note new IPCHAINS support
- Noted that Fred Vile's patch for portfw'ed FTP access is ONLY available for the 2.0.x kernels
- Updated the 2.2.x kernel step with a few clarifications on the Experiemental tag
- Added Glen Lamb's name to the credits for the LooseUDP patch
- Added a clarification on installing the LooseUDP patch that it should use "cat" for non-compressed patches.
- Fixed a typo in the IPAUTO FAQ section
- I had the DHCP client port numbers reversed for the IPFWADM and IPCHAINS rulesets. The order I had was if your Linux server was a DHCP SERVER.
- Added explict /sbin path to all weak and strong ruleset examples.
- Made some clarifications in the strong IPFWADM section regarding Dynamic IP addresses for PPP and DHCP users. I also noted that the strong rulesets should be re-run when PPP comes up or when a DHCP lease is renewed.
- Added reference in the 2.2.x requirements, updated the ICQ FAQ section, and added Andrew Deryabin to credits section for his ICQ MASQ module.
- Added some clarifcation in the FAQ section why the 2.1.x and 2.2.x kernels went to IPCHAINS.
- Added a little FAQ section on Microsoft File/Print/Domain services (Samba) through a MASQ server. I also added a URL to a Microsoft Knowledge base document for more details.
- Added clarification in the FAQ section that NO Debian distribution supports IP masq out of the box.
- Updated the supported MASQ distributions in the FAQ section.
- Added to the Aliased NIC section of the FAQ that you CANNOT masq out of an aliased interface.
- Wow.. never caught this before but the "ppp-ip" variable in the strong ruleset section is an invalid variable name! It has been renamed to "ppp_ip"
- In both the IPFWADM and IPCHAINS simple ruleset setup areas, I had a commented out section on enabling DHCP traffic. Problem is, it was below the final reject line! Doh! I moved both up a section.
- In the simple IPCHAINS setup, the #ed out line for DHCP users, I was using the IPFWADM "-W" command instead of IPCHAINS's "-i" parameter.
- Added a little blurb to the Forwarders section the resolution to the famous "ipfwadm: setsockopt failed: Protocol not available" error. This also includes a little /proc test to let people confirm if IPPORTFW is enabled in the kernel. I also added this error to a FAQ section for simple searching.
- Added a Strong IPCHAINS ruleset to the HOWTO
- Added a FAQ section explaining the "kernel: ip_masq_new(proto=UDP): no free ports." error.
- Added an example of scripting IPMASQADM PORTFW rules
- Updated a few of the Linux Documentation Project (LDP) URLs
- Added Quake III support in the module loading sections of all the rc.firewall rulesets.
- Fixed the IPMASQADM forwards for ICQ
- 1.72 - 4/14/99 - Dranch: Added a large list of Windows NAT/Proxy alternatives with rough pricing and URLs to the FAQ.
- 1.71 - 4/13/99 - Dranch: Added IPCHAINS setups for multiple internal MASQed networks. Changed the ICQ setup to use ICQ's default 60 second timeout and change IPFWADM/IPCHAINS timeout to 160 seconds. Updated the MASQ and MASQ-DEV email list and archive subscription instructions.
- 1.70 - 3/30/99 - Dranch: Added two new FAQ sections that cover SMTP/POP-3 timeout problems and how to masquerade multiple internal networks out different external IP addresses with IPROUTE2.
- 1.65 - 3/29/99 - Dranch: Typo fixes, clarifications of required 2.2.x kernel options, added dynamic PPP IP address support to the strong firewall section, additional quake II module ports, noted that the LooseUDP patch is built into later 2.2.x kernels and its from Glenn Lamb and not Dan Kegel, added more game info in the compatibility section.
- 1.62 - Dranch: Make the final first-draft changes to the doc and now announce it the the MASQ email list.
- 1.61 - Dranch: Make editorial changes, cleaned things up and fixed some errors in the Windows95 and NT setups.
- 1.58 - Dranch: Addition of the port forwarding sections; LooseUDP setup; Ident servers for IRC users, how to read firewall logs, deleted the CuSeeme Mini-HOWTO since it is rarely used.
- 1.55 - Dranch: Complete overhaul, feature and FAQ addition, and editing sweep of the v1.50 HOWTO. Completed the 2.2.x kernel and IPCHAINS configurations. Did a conversion from IPAUTOFW to IPPORTFW for the examples that applied. Added many URLs to various other documentation and utility sites. There are so many changes.. I hope everyone likes it. Final publishing of this new rev of the HOWTO to the LDP project won't happen until the doc is looked over and approved by the IP MASQ email list (then v2.00).
- 1.50 - Ambrose: A serious update to the HOWTO and the initial addition of the 2.2.0 and IPCHAINS configurations.
- 1.20 - Ambrose: One of the more recent HOWTO versions that solely dealt with < 2.0.x kernels and IPFWADM.