Ubuntu Networking :: Server With Both NICs Enabled Breaks Internet Connection?

Nov 25, 2010

I have installed Ubuntu 64 10.04 server. I have two nics and have set them up to both be static with their own IP with the correct gateway, network, broadcast, subnet and dns-nameserver. When I have both enabled, I can ping local pc's but I can't ping Internet sites like Google nor can I get out to the Internet with apt-get or Lynx.

If I disable one, then I am able to get out to the Internet. All my configs look good, and it does not matter which one I disable, just so long as there is only one NIC on, everything is good.

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I have been looking for a solution for this but am not certain how to word it to get a viable answer.My scenario:

Athena
Win7/Ubuntu 11.04
eth0 10.11.12.100/16 gateway+dns: 10.11.12.1

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Im posting after reading through a lot of articles explaining the same thing on how to share an internet connection from a computer with two NICs.

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When I first followed this guide

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Now I can't ping between GW and the LAN. I tried to follow the same guide over again and even flushing the tables but still...

These are my current settings (without any chains).

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Code:
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To Action From
-- ------ ----
[ 1] 80 ALLOW IN Anywhere
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Code:
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I have two network cards connected in the server:
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Quote:

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[Code]...

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wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:06:25:12:83:3b
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