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There are several providers of names for dynamic IP's. ml.org was theQuote:> I have a dial-up provider who doesn't provide static IP addresses,
> and I want one. Is there any way around this? Can I register a
> domain name and then update the IP address each time I dial in,
> or is there some site out there that could act as 'pointer' to mine?
> Change your provider
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Our LAN of PCs suported by 6.1 Linux (Samba, IP masq to Internet ppp)
has static IPs of the 192.168.1.x variety. We want to connect the
network to another that expects IPs 172.16.10.x variety. I've used a
second network card to connect to the 172.16.10.x network but the only
way I got the remote host to accept connections is by changing the
static IP in the PC. This creates problems with the LAN functionality
and ties users to specific PCs.
I read the above and I got confused, so, let me restate the problem: How
do I get a certain IP (192.168.1.2) to appear as another (172.16.10.199)
when it trys to connect to a gateway 172.16.10.190?
Please, let me know the way or point to some decent doc! Thank you