Re: Networking Win95, Debian Linux and Cable Modem
Read the IP-Masquerade mini-howto that you should find in
/usr/doc/HOWTO/mini on your linux machine provided you installed the linux
You need to put the local machines in a non-routable subnet. This is
usually in the 192.168.1.xxx class C that is reserved for systems not
directly on the net or, if you need more addresses than a class C you can
use the 10.xxx.xxx.xxx space which is set aside for the same thing.
On Sun, 1 Jun 1997, Ross D. Gardler wrote:
> I have two machines, one is a Win95 machine, one is a Linux machine.
> The Linux machine has a cable modem connection to the Internet.
> I would like to get the Win95 machine talking to the Linux Machine and to the Internet via the cable modem. How do I do this?
> The Linux machine has two Ethernet cards and I have managed to get it to recognise both but I can't seem to get it to talk to the Win95 machine. I only have one IP address for the two machines, so do not know what to do with the second.
> Any pointers?
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