Re: ipchains question
Artur Gorniak wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 07, 2000 at 06:22:09PM +0100, Marcin Owsiany wrote:
> > If you mean changing from:
> > INTERNET --[ A hub ] -- linux box
> > / | | \
> > host host host host
> > to
> > INTERNET --linux box--[ hub ] ---host
> > / | \
> > host host host
> > Then I guess nothing needs to be changed, provided the boxen have linux box
> > set as default gateway.
> I think you didn't read whole the message.
> he said that linux is masquarading net after it.
> so it's something like:
> \ \Linux -- m1
> | \ m2
> router ....
> \ \
> h1 h2 ...
> in that situation configuration of maquarade have to be redone.
> I never do it by myself.
> just lame of me (cause I should)..
> it's all in documentation of ipchains.
> you masq addresses from m1 to mn
> and than route hosts h1-hn.
> it's similar to questions about two subnets after firewall.
> I think there is lot of examples on the net just it's rather
> standard solution in many nets.
> Artur Górniak
I'm trying to do something like this...
ROUTER-------- Linux ------
Real_IP | | Internal_IP
| HUB |
| | | | | | | |
Is it possible?