Re: Setting up a home wireless server.

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James Allsopp wrote:

> I'm setting up a wireless access point and I've got the laptop to
> connect to the server, and dhcp working, but I can't get the firewall to
> forward packets to the outside wall. I've seen some people setting up a
> bridging device, but before I've done it using iptables. Is one of these
> methods better, deprecated or just different?

I can't answer your question,
but have you thought of using shorewall?
In my eyes shorewall is an intelligible front-end to iptable;
I would never trust an iptables script that I wrote.

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