Re: Linux and Blueyonder Broadband
From: George Hewitt (nospam_at_domain.com)
Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2004 17:30:19 -0000
I use my RH9 box to share my NTL broadband connection, which (AFAIK) is the
same technology as Blueyonder.
Just set it up to pick an IP up thru DHCP and then use IPChains (as your old
system is unlikely to have iptables, i think) to set up masquerading & NAT.
I've written a small guide which relates to IPTables if you want me to post
"Chris Newey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I've currently got a w2k box connected to broadband with a Linux box on
> a local lan. I want to reverse the situation and have the Linux box
> handling the broadband connection and letting the w2k box share the
> broadband connection.
> I guess I'm looking at setting up DHCP, IP Masquerading and forwarding
> on the Linux box. Anyone out there got any odd tips or wrinkles I should
> look out for. The Linux version is an old Red Hat 5.2.
> Kind Regards
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