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Re: [hylafax-users] No route to host... hints...
Only a curiosity...in the configuration file of the OpenBSD firewall
the ridirected ports have the keep state active?
If not...try it.
Eric Gendron wrote:
> With my problem, I made another test.
> On my home gateway machine, I try to sendfax (console mode)
> to my work hylafax server and all work.
> So my problem is in my home gateway firewall settings?
> I can't connect to my hylafax server (via internet)
> on my home lan through my Debian firewall (Nat). Somebody
> know what to do?
> Home Worstations
> Debian Linux (sendfax or gfax) and Windows (cypheus)
> (Sendfax can log but failed sending. No route to host.
> see my previous post please.)
> Home gateway
> Debian Linux with nat.
> (sendfax succesfull!)
> Work gateway
> OpenBSD 3.1 snapshot
> with redirection for port 4559, 4557 and 444 (tcp and udp)
> to my local lan machine.
> Fax server
> local machine on the lan with debian and hylafax.
> The fax server works great at work on any machine (except
> the Mac G4... But it's not the problem now.) Works on Linux
> and works on windows users.
> Thanks again to every body.
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