Re: Bridge for a public and private LANs
From: Enno Lenze (2004-12_at_spam.verbrennung.org)
Date: Thu, 02 Dec 2004 09:18:45 +0100
> Network 2: IP numbers ranging from 182.168.xxx.xxx (Gateway for this
> next ones)
> to 182.168.xxx.xxx (Server)
are both 182.168.xxx.xxx or is it 182.168.xxx.xxx and 182.168.yyy.xxx?
And are you sure that it is 182? 182 is an IANA net. I think you want to
use 192.168.xxx.yyy (otherwise you isp's router will drop your packets)
> eth0: 192.168.10.2;
> eth1: 192.168.0.254 hooked up to the Encore switch of network 1; and
> eth2: a public IP
is the routing and forwarding between th interfaces set up corretly?
> A Billion ADSL modem/router is connected to eth0 for internet
> access,and... serves both networks. Hope you understand... For better
> understanding ...
ok, if i understood crrectly:
Internet to Modem, Modem to Linux, Linux to (network1, network2)
thats ok, makes sense.
> Both networks have access to a common folder in the Linux machine. To
> nothing more to that respect.
> I am trying to make network 1 more efficient (fast in all sense) (I am
> not supposed to touch network 2, but in the near future!. I know first
> I have to get a faster switch for network 1. What other options to
> make it more efficient in terms of speed, access, and sharing of files
> do i have for my network 1 (class C).
faster nics, faster switch, faster cpu, more ram
> Your help, suggestions, and comments will be much appreciated.