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Re: Home network router does not forward LAN traffic



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On Sat, Jun 07, 2003 at 11:12:00PM +1200, Richard Hector wrote:
> This is a DSL _router_, not a bridge - it's just another internal network,
> so the ISP has nothing to do with it. Assuming of course the router is doing
> NAT, like mine does.

Oh? Did he say router?  If he did, mybad, I overlooked it seeing the
larger issue at hand.

Anyrate, if it's a DSL router, why bother with the Linux box doing the
routing?  Seems moot, then.  If it's just your standard DSL bridge
(marketroids call it a modem) like I assumed, then what I said
originally applies.

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