Re: Hurd as router/NAT
On Mon, May 07, 2001 at 11:41:28AM -0700, Me wrote:
> It's been a while, but Marcus you mentioned a
> user-land program that would be able to forward packets from
> one network interface to another.
I have no concrete memories about that. There is the tunnel device, which
is used by uppp, but that's only one end-point, not router-like.
The routing capabilities of the Linux IP stack are not exported in the
current pfinet. If you want to develop a clean RPC interface for routing,
which can then be implemented with the Linux back end, that would make a
> Is there any package of screen?
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