> I have two computers. The first is a SUSE 7.0 - Sysem with 2 ethernet-cards.
> The other System is Win98.
> I am using the Linux-System which has a DSL-connection as a Router. My
> problem is:
> From the Client (the win98-system) I can surf the most Pages in the www.
> Just a few (www.gmx.de for example) do not work - i.e. these pages cannot be
> displayed/found. When I surf directly from the router itself everything
> works fine.
Wow, that *is* weird.
Is there any kind of packet filtering going on between the router and
the windows box?
Are you using ipchains/ip masquerading or anything like that?
How do you have your internal IP addresses assigned?
If you were to open up a DOS box on the windows box, can you ping by
domain name or by IP address?
If you open up a console on your router and say "tcpdump -vv -i eth0"
(or whatever your external interface is..) what kind of packets do
And what do you see if you do the same for your internal interface:
"tcpdump -vv -i eth1"?
FinchHaven, Vashon Island, WA, USA
And remember: it's spelled l-i-n-u-x, but it's pronounced "Linux"
> Has anyone an idea, why my router doesn't work for special IPs ???
> Thank you very much
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