setting up a routing server

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    when i can find some tutorials for setting up zeroshell? i am trying to set the server as a gateway, but i can not make its conn to the inet.
    eth00 is to the local-network, and i can access it at
    tho01 is to inet and i put is a random values) and subnet, i also set the gateway to

    PING ( 56(84) bytes of data.
    From icmp_seq=2 Destination Host Unreachable
    From icmp_seq=3 Destination Host Unreachable

    How do i set it up corectly?



    I think you have to enable the NAT on the ETH01 interface because are private IP addresses.



    even if a give ping from the server? from console?



    No, from the console you don’t need to enable the NAT.
    Have you tried to replace the network interfaces and the cables?



    finally i succeded….
    can i configure it as a vpn server? for outside connections?



    Yes, of course you can. You can enable Zeroshell for the L2TP/IPSec host to LAN VPN.



    I would like to install it on a VM:
    I have next conf:

      1 Sitecom router with port forwording( for internal use)
      main comp:P4(2,66GHz, 1GBRAM, 1net adap)
      Zeroshell Vm:(128RAM, 2 network addapters(bridged))

    port forwording is set for Eth00 on zeroshell .
    Is that Ok?

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