I cannot access my FTP site outside my network(in office). I did install the
FTP package(wu-ftpd-2.6.0-3) and I can ping the dynamic IP address(from ISP)
through any host inside my network(at home), without any problem.
I have 3 computers in my network. I use Linux(Redhat 6.2) as a gateway to
internet via the IP MASQ.
My network setup :
Computer 1 - Redhat Linux Server :
NIC eth0(3Com) : connect to Internet Service Provider
NIC eth1(3Com) : connect to network hub(ip address 192.168.0.196, netmask :
Daemon : anacron, atd, autofs, crond, httpd, identd, inet, ipchains,
keytable, kudzu, linuxconf, lpd, netfs, network, nfs, portmap, smb, squid,
syslog and xfs
Computer 2 - Window Box :
NIC(3Com) : connect to network hub(ip address 192.168.0.195, netmask :
Computer 3(Notebook) - Window Box :
NIC : connect to network hub(ip address 192.168.0.197, netmask :
Can anyone find out the problem in my linux box so that I cannot access my
personal ftp site(located at home) when I use my computer in office? I
suspect I need to set something via "ipchain" in my linux box.