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Re: [vox-tech] bridging subnets
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Re: [vox-tech] bridging subnets

I'm inventing some random numbers (they're not even valid IP 
addresses) to explain the problem better

The following computers are connected via hub to the DSL modem:
201.123.321.16 (eth0) / (eth1)

What can be done so that the 201.123.321.* computers can see the
192.168.0.* computers? Bear in mind that these computers are not 
necessarily all Linux computers, but that we know 
201.123.321.16/ is a Linux computer.

> From: Rod Roark <rod@sunsetsystems.com>
> Organization: Sunset Systems
> To: vox-tech@lists.lugod.org
> Subject: Re: [vox-tech] bridging subnets
> Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 06:53:57 -0800
> Reply-To: vox-tech@lists.lugod.org
> I'm surely being dense, but I don't understand what you
> mean.  What are the subnets in question?
> Here's a thought that may or may not apply.  Perhaps you
> can put all the machines on a single LAN behind the Linux
> firewall.  Note that you can assign all 5 external IP's to
> this Linux box and then port-forward (with iptables) to
> other machines depending on the destination IP address
> (and/or port number) of incoming packets.

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