I finally worked out why I had no support for IPTABLES.
Following the instructions is a bit incomplete:
Networking ---> Networking options ---> [*] Network packet filtering
(replaces ipchains) ---> IP: Netfilter Configuration ---> <M> IP tables
support (required for filtering/masq/NAT)
*you need to do one more step:*
turning on <M> IP tables support (required for filtering/masq/NAT)
you have to actually enable the type of IPtables support you want
I don't know what I need so turned most on (*or <M> as module*)
<M>IP range match
<M> Multiple port match
<M> TOS match
<M> recent match
<M> ECN match
<M> DSCP match support
Perhaps this is obvious to people more skilled in customising/compiling
their own kernels.
But to me it wasn't and I assume from the number of similar questions
not to alot of people either.
So I hope this saves somebody a bit of pain.
Luke S. Crawford wrote:
On Thu, 11 Jan 2007, Sean Reilly wrote:
only 184.108.40.206-xen seems to have all the modules.
actually it seems to be a xen0 as I can run guest xenU inside of it.
in you xenU xm config file set
then reboot yoru xenU and you should be able to load the 220.127.116.11-xen
(you can use a Xen0 kernel in a XenU with no problems; it's just
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