1. Two computers, Two ISP accounts, one 10Base-2 localnet?
I'm trying to set this up and am having a hard go at it. Hopefully
someone will be able to give me a quick answer.
I and my rommate have Linux running over a 10Base-2 network in our
house. We have a fully operational net (192.168.xx.xx) that we use
to play net-doom, etc.
We each have different Internet (PPP/dynamic) accounts with different
ISPs. However, if one of us has a valid PPP connection, we would like
to be able to share it with the other, rather than having to establish
a second PPP connection. Eventually, the network may expand to a third
computer, which probably won't be running Linux.
Please Cc replies to my address, I don't often get a chance to play
on usenet. FWIW, I run slackware 3.0 (kernel 1.2.13) and my rommate
runs slackware 2.0 (kernel 1.2.1).
Thanks in advance,
Christopher Curtis, Sun SysAdmin - http://www.ee.fit.edu/users/ccurtis
Florida Institute of Technology - telnet bofh.engr.wisc.edu 666
Melbourne, Florida USA - Member, Team OS/2
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