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Re: eth0 entry on interfaces

On Thu, Jul 04, 2002 at 02:14:23PM -0300, Leonardo Custodio wrote:
> I've my internet connection at eth1 and an intranet at eth0 (actually 1
> machine on IPX/SPX). Eth1 works fine with the entries that i've made on
> /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/resolv.conf, but i'm not sure how to apply
> those configurations for eth0.
> Should i use DHCP for it? How can i get the two machines to talk?

You have to use IP forwarding, or more specifically IP Masquerading.
There's plenty of HOWTO's out there on setting this up. Basically your
machine will be acting as a firewall/router.

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