RE: rc.local in debian (was: Ip Masquerading)
I have configured my second interface as you told me (with a few
changes) and it's now working fine!!! Thanks a lot for your help to you
Just two more questions.. I don't know if I should place "auto" on it
because the Windows box isn't permanently turned on, so I think that
Linux might show up an error message if the connection is up when the
Windows box is off, doesn´t it? Just like when I enable my other card
when it doesn't have a LAN cable in it.
The other thing is that, from the "masqueraded" PC (the windows box), I
can only ping the masquerading PC (the linux box) and not the other PCs
connected to the network (my brother´s windows PC and my linux box
connect directly to the ADSL router and my windows PC connects to the
linux box). The PC I can't ping or access is my brother´s PC.
Thanks for your assistance so far..
From: Vineet Kumar [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: martes, 04 de junio de 2002 2:26
Subject: Re: rc.local in debian (was: Ip Masquerading)
* Colin Watson (email@example.com) [020603 16:51]:
> On Mon, Jun 03, 2002 at 11:49:54PM +0200, Ronald Castillo wrote:
> > I was thinking that I should configure my secondary LAN card (the
> > that connects to my "internal" network) in the
> > card, but I don't know what to place there. I have already
> > the LAN card that connects me to the "outside world" without
> Well, if it helps, here's an /etc/network/interfaces fragment from one
> of my machines:
> iface eth1 inet static
> address 192.168.42.1
> network 192.168.42.0
> netmask 255.255.255.0
> broadcast 192.168.42.255
> This brings up an interface using the second network card with IP
> address 192.168.42.1.
Also, you'll probably want to add a line that says
which will make eth1 come up automatically at boot, instead of only
after you say "ifup eth1". IIRC, though, that's new since after potato.
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