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multiple networks

I am about to use one of those new Direct Access cable TV wires to attach
my linux box to the internet.  For financial reasons, it seems that the
best way to go is with twisted pair to the outside world.  My internal
network is thinnet.  Any ideas about how to best work in this
environment?  For instance, can I put two cards in the box, one twisted
pair and the other thinnet, and somehow get things to work?  Do I need a
separate hub, etc?  What kind of hardware do I need, etc.?  Any ideas
about where to find documentation on this matter? 

 Sheldon Newhouse

 Sheldon E. Newhouse	     |      mail: newhouse@math.msu.edu       |
 Mathematics Department      |       www: http://www.mth.msu.edu/~sen |
 Michigan State University   | telephone: 517-355-9684                |
 E. Lansing, MI 48824-1027   |       FAX: 517-432-1562                |
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