|Art Alexion on 15 Sep 2004 15:34:01 -0000|
Rebecca Ore wrote:
No. I am still trying to teach myself how to configure my Linux machine via IP-Masq to act as one.
(Reading the various how-tos seems to have helped me with all of the software configurations, but I still have basic hardware questions like: I put an extra NIC in the forwarding computer -- one for the lan and one for incoming DSL. The lan NIC goes to the lan hub. Do I need another NIC and another hub for all of the machines to carry the Internet signal or is it sent over the existing lan? On a Samba lan, how do I get the Windows machine to recognize and use the ppp connection? When directly connected to the DSL modem, it uses dial up networking though there isn't really any dialing.)
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