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At the moment I have: Code: Router (192.168.0.1) | |____________________________________ | | Linux machine (192.168.0.3) Mac machine (192.168.0.4) | Windows machine (192.168.0.5) How would I configure it so that the ...
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- 05-10-2007 #1
A bit of networking help?
At the moment I have:
Router (192.168.0.1) | |____________________________________ | | Linux machine (192.168.0.3) Mac machine (192.168.0.4) | Windows machine (192.168.0.5)
Last edited by Smither; 05-11-2007 at 01:11 PM. Reason: Changed some IPs
- 05-11-2007 #2
I also don't have much clue but as nobody else answers ...
I guess you have to configure the Linux box at least as a bridge, maybe even as a router, too.
I have never done this but there should be a few setup manuals for that on the Internet. Linux HOWTO's and the like.
The reason for having a separate subnet divided from 192.168.0.x is a special firewall for the Windows box, or why that complicated?Bus Error: Passengers dumped. Hech gap yo'q.
- 05-11-2007 #3
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- 05-11-2007 #5
The reason the PC is behind the linux box isn't because I'm using it as a firewall - it's because I don't feel like running another cable up a floor and along to the other end of the house to the router. The router blocks all incoming apart from a few ports going to the linux one.
Cobia looks pretty cool - I'll have a look at it.
- 05-11-2007 #6
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One lesson I learned as a desktop technician: Always run at least one more cable then you currently need. I've never regretted it.
Of course, getting my wife to agree hasn't always been easy.
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- 05-11-2007 #7