On Thu, 7 Mar 1996, Jeffrey Ebert wrote:
> Bruce Perens wrote:
> > There is something called "IP masquerading" in the recent 1.3.x kernels.
> > You will have to build a custom kernel and configure it in. I don't know
> > how to set it up.
> No, I believe that Leszek was looking for Proxy ARP.
That is one way to do it.
The cleaner one IMHO is IP aliasing.
Just create a 1.3 kernel with IP aliasing support.
Then (just as described in the Documentation subdirectory of the kernel
sources) issue an
ifconfig eth0 <1st ip> ...
ifconfig eth0:1 <2nd ip> ...
assuming your network interface ist eth0
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