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Re: [vox-tech] dsl ideas


  • Subject: Re: [vox-tech] dsl ideas
  • From: "Jay" <jsMAPStrauss@bazillion.com>
  • Date: Sun, 03 Dec 2000 20:48:27 -0800
  • References: Pine.GSO.4.21.0012031402550.23019-100000@logan.ucdavis.edu

I thought the idea behind 5 ips is:

1 ip firewall/NAT/Router/Gateway (3 NICs, 1 for external, 1 for your internal, 1
for your DMZ

DMZ
2 ips DNS
2 - pop/imap, HTTP, SMPT, and whatever else external services

Jay


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gabriel Rosa" <grosa@ucdavis.edu>
To: <vox-tech@lugod.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2000 4:17 PM
Subject: [vox-tech] dsl ideas


>
> So, we recently got 5-ip dsl from pacbell and lately i've been thinking
> about things to do with the other 4 ip's :)
>
> regardless of what i do, i need to figure out a way to put all of our internal
> network behind 1 ip (router doing nat) and then do whatever with the other
> ips.
>
> Basically i have one 16 port fully manageable swith and various hubs to work
> with. So... here's what i have in mind...
>
> Since there's 5 real ip's, i figured i'd take 6 ports on the switch and
> isolate them. DSL modem goes into one port, all real ip machines go into other
> port, including router.
>
> Since the router has 2 NIC's, it would bridge the 2 networks. The internal NIC
> would simply connect to the other vlan on the switch (however many ports for
> internal use) and the other machines would all be there.
>
> in crude ascii, it would look like this:
>
> <--phone--(DSL)--  -----(Router NIC 1) (NIC 2)-  -----  machine 1, 2 , 3, etc
>         |  | | |
>      ------------ -------------------
> switch | |    switch
>       ports 1-6 | |    ports 7-16
>     ------------- -----------------
>
> This seems pretty simple, so i'm wondering if anyone sees a problem with this
> or even better, a better (simple) solution.
>
> Basically we have the dsl model, the switch and the route in a closet
> downstairs, and the other machines in the living room and upstairs, if that
> makes any difference...
>
> anyway, thanks for any input :)
>
> -Gabriel (somewhat ashamed of his crude ascii) :)
>
>



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