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You need to post all your rules to allow us to help you better. Anyway, I can say the following: If you want to allow traffic passing through your firewall, you need to consider FORWARD chain. Other chains: INPUT and OUTPUT are for traffic destined to firewall and originated from firewall respectively. You are allowing icmp-type 0 which is echo reply. You ...


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The LAN interface of your gateway VM should not have a gateway defined in /etc/network/interfaces. The gateway represents the default route to the Internet, and you have only one such route (via WAN, not LAN). Remove it, and then restart networking.


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As you said, we spend hours together to debug this... Regarding all tests we have done and all trace we retrieved, it finally appears that we were experiencing some weird behaviours regarding the Virtual Interface eth0:1. e.g : http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.iproute2.html Most Linux distributions, and most UNIX's, currently use the venerable arp, ...


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Is there a way to do a static route toward a DNS address instead of a IP Address ? How ? No, but perhaps what you want could be achieved with a local override in /etc/hosts. Example 1 One example of when this was useful from my experience: I have a busy reverse proxy (on the "new" network), which fronts a number of sources. To get to one of those ...


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There is no domain based route solution. But you can use this workaround script. It gets the IP of your domain and adds a route. You can add it to the task scheduler to run on windows startup or at any specific intervals and it'll keep adding the route. It doesn't use the -p option so the route added is not permanent. :: Get IP of Domain name setlocal ...


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This is more of a workaround that I use. You can use this batch script. Just add it in task scheduler to run every time your PC starts. This will get the IP of your domain name and add route. :: Get IP of Domain name setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion set myServer=your.server.com for /f "tokens=1,2 delims=[]" %%a IN ('ping -n 1 !myServer!') DO ( if "%%b" ...



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