Quote:> I'm trying to configure a linux pc as a gateway for two IP systems, and I'm
> having a little trouble putting in the routing statements.
Shoulb be not problem. One warning Linux puts only gateway addresses
in the gateway column of the routing table. This can confusr people
who come from a BSD bachground and expect to see local interfaces
addresses in the gateway column of non-gateway routes.
Quote:> The systems have
> a 10.x.x.x series IP and a 100.x.x.x series IP addresses. Can anyone help
> by posting the proper routing addresses statements to make it work? Thanks
> so much.
You'll have to define what you want to do more precisesly than that.
You post as written ammounts to: "can someone write a generic tutorial
on Internet Protocols just for me".
Consider getting the HOWTOs, or the Linux NAG, or perhaps another book
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