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I am running Fedora 12: So, my setup is like this: Machine A (Fedora 12) has ports: wlan0 eth0 eth1 wlan0 is connected to an external network. I share wlan0 ...
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    shared wlan0 through eth0, can eth1 connect to another network?


    I am running Fedora 12:

    So, my setup is like this:

    Machine A (Fedora 12) has ports:
    wlan0
    eth0
    eth1

    wlan0 is connected to an external network.

    I share wlan0 through my eth0, which is connected to my router.

    I have numerous computers connected to my router.

    Is it possible to connect eth1 to my router?

    Thus, I should be able a to access Machine A box from a computer inside of my router network?


    Right now, this is not working...

    eth1 is not grabbing an IP address from my router.

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    just curious, why would you need to connect eth1 to the router if eth0 is all ready connected to it?
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