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Im using Fed 3 and i have 2 ethernet cards installed. I have ethernet zero receiving an ip from my internet provider. what i want to do is to have ...
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    Two Network cards/ Internet sharing


    Im using Fed 3 and i have 2 ethernet cards installed. I have ethernet zero receiving an ip from my internet provider. what i want to do is to have ethernet zero send a ip or foward the internet connection to ethernet one so i can hook up other hubs/switches or wireless router to ethernet one. How can I do this?? Thanks

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    m using Redhat 4 and i have 2 ethernet cards installed. I have ethernet zero receiving an ip from my internet provider. what i want to do is to have ethernet zero send a ip or foward the internet connection to ethernet one so i can hook up other hubs/switches or wireless router to ethernet one. How can I do this??

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