inital networking setup
I'm about to install Debian for the first time, and I want to clarify what
my network settings need to be.
I have a local network 192.168.100. with a gateway of 192.168.100.42 ... I
want this box to be reachable from the outside world as well, at
66.162.219.xxx, and I've configured the Cisco router to pass through
During the initial installation of Debian, should I assign the new box its
IP of 192.168.100.43 and the gateway 192.168.100.42, then later edit
/etc/network/interfaces to tell it of the 66.162.219.xxx ??? Is that the
right approach? And is that all I have to do? Am I missing?
Any and all help is appreciated.