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Old 31st July 2008
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Default Problem pinging internal nic


This is my first post here and my first install of openbsd so please overlook my ignorance.

I have setup openbsd desktop with 2 nics, internal and external.

I have enabled pf and in sysctl.conf, net.inet.ip.forwarding=1

After I SSH to this openbsd from internet, I can ping any IP on internet, any IP on the internal LAN, and I can resolve by DNS. No problems.

However, any PC on the internal LAN cannot ping the internal interface at all even though I have setup static IP with default gateway pointing to internal
interface of the openbsd.

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