Sorry for the delay in posting this summary, I've been on holiday for a week.
My original question:
> I installed the sunlink X.25 on a SPARCserver 4/470, running Sun0S 4.1.3 to
> connect my site to the TCP/IP world.
> Obviuosly this server has two IP address, one related to the X.25 interface
> (std0) and another related to the standard ethernet interace (ie0).
> At the moment every packet from the outside networks is routed to the
> inside network by this server.
> How could I configure my server to avoid that it routes packets from the
> outside networks to the inside network unless the packets have the
> server address as their destination or their origination address ?
All the people suggested me to disable IP forwarding adding the following
line to the kernel configuration file:
options "IPFORWARDING=-1" # Never forward , see /sys/netinet/in_proto.c
I have reconfigured the kernel according to the instruction in the System
And Network Administration manual and rebooted. It seems to work.
Many thanks to:
Lutz Brunke <email@example.com
Marc P. Rinfret <Marc.Rinfret@eng.canadair.ca>
firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Sullivan)
Christian Lawrence <email@example.com>
davidl@Newbridge.COM (David Law)
Mr T Crummey (DIJ) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com (Rod Livingood)
Barry Margolin <barmar@Think.COM>
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