If you really have enough addresses to translate them one-to-one, justQuote:>Does anybody know how to solve this problem? I have a LAN with a bunch of
>subnets at lets say 192.168.x.x. My ISDN router needs to see addresses at
>lets say 200.200.200.x How do I translate from one range to another so my
>users can still do their internal stuff and be able to get on the
>internet. Do I need to set up a linux box to do this somehow?? All help
We are doing the same thing and having some problems. You will need a
router to reroute to the other subnets. Linux is a good choice to route,
but I have heard of a package called KA9Q (some ham name) that will do
routing on a 386 type machine.
Hope this gives you a way to proceed.
Any comments on the setup of the Matrox Mystique, with Xfree86 would be