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Media-One Express, IP Masquerading

On 11 Feb 98 at 12:50, Sean wrote:

> What I'd like to do is to plug the modem into a 10baseT hub, then our three 
> other computers into the hub, one of which will be a Linux system doing the
> IP masquerading.  I would like to avoid having double ethernet cards on
> the Linux box.
If you want the workstations on your internal LAN to be able to 
send/receive Internet, then you need 2 NICs. My wife's system, while 
networked to mine, does not use my system to get to the Internet 
mainly because I don't want to use it as a network server. I want to 
be able to boot Win95 or Linux when I want to. 
Gerald A. Feldman <gaf at>
home:gaf at

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