Re (5): Configuration for a Linux router with a client having a public address
* From: Bob Proulx <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 23:45:50 -0600
> Since those are old diagrams they don't show where carnot fits into
* From: "Jesús M. Navarro" <email@example.com>
* Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2010 23:47:48 +0200
> There's neither "carnot" nor "Allied Telesis 3612TR" in your provided diagram
Open http://22.214.171.124/NetworksPage.html and you will see
links "Extant Network" and "Proposed Network".
I tried the Proposed Network with a bridge as you explained.
Connectivity for Dalton and Carnot was as intended. Oddly,
Cantor remained connected to the LAN but lost connectivity to
the Internet; as if masquerading had failed. Further ideas and
suggestions are welcome. Also the Shorewall list might help.
I'll guess that routing can achieve a result similar to bridging
in this case. Bridging is more efficient?
Some of the details in the configurations listings are probably
outdated. I'll review and update as time is available.
Regards, ... Peter E.
Telephone 1 360 450 2132. 7785886232 is gone.
Shop pages http://carnot.yi.org/ accessible as long as the old
drives survive; installation of NetBSD on new drives pending.
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