Re: routing and wireless security
Benedict Verheyen wrote:
> As for my questions:
> 1. ROUTING
I solved all this by changing the ip of eth1 to 192.168.1.1 and thus
really assigning a different network to eth1.
Then i changed all scripts that used to have the 192.168.0.1 ip in them.
(grep "192.168.0.1" -R /etc) and it all worked. I can now ping the
and the router. So now it's just dynamic dns and security issues.
> 2. DDTC (Dynamic Dns)
> I used a script that send my public ip back to http://www.ddts.net
> where i
> had a hostname associated with my server. Now my router has that
> ip and not my gateway server. The router has support for Dynamic DNS
> but the
> manual doesn't say which Dynamic DNS service it supports. Is there a
> way to retrieve the public ip from the router on my gateway server?
> If this was possible, i could still send my public ip back via a cron
> job and
> by using the client program provided by the ddts service.
> 3. Security router.
> I saw i can set a key for WEP. Is that key something you have to
> invent yourself? Is there a link that explains how you should set
> these things and maybe has some general info on security for wireless