[Durham] debian wheezy
andrewglass3 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 10 10:03:34 UTC 2014
I finally figured it out :) You are correct - I had set ipv4 forward in
sysctl however the kernel hadnt accepted it.
I did sysctl -p /etc/sysctl.conf and it reloaded after that it worked no
Thank you for your suggestion and reply - much appreciated :)
No I just have to figure out the new resolvconf package works for when I
come across an ubuntu 14.04 system again :P
On 10 August 2014 10:57, Dan Dart <lug at dandart.co.uk> wrote:
> Have you added a secondary DNS like 18.104.22.168? Some packages get confused
> with only one!
> As per not being able to ping, this sounds like an IP forwarding/ NAT
> issue - without knowing more detail I can only guess, but my first step
> would be to try to do:
> sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1
> and make sure masquerade is on if you're using iptables (or the equivalent
> if you're not).
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