Activate Masquerading (NAT) on Linux router by Paul Posted on 3 February 2012 To activate NAT on a Linux Box used as a router, just use the following line : iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE eth0 is the network interface able to access Internet directly Share :TwitterFacebookLinkedInPinterestTumblrRedditWhatsAppEmailPrint Related Related posts: BeagleBone Black – upgrade linux One of the first things to do is to upgrade the Linux embedded in the BeagleBone Black device, The documentation... Raspberry PI – wan emulation PIWan project : Here is a new, quick & dirty project to be done with a raspberry PI : At... PirateBox upgrade to Forban I’m looking to upgrade my two pirate box to test the mesh network forban between the two. Apparently, this will... Installation of a piratebox on T-Link MR3040 I just received the TL-MR3040 wifi portable access by T-link. This little box is really like the mr3020 i had... This entry was posted in Networks, Systems and tagged linux, masquerading, nat. Bookmark the permalink.