Q: Routing with multiple hosts while linked to ISP

Q: Routing with multiple hosts while linked to ISP

Post by Craig Atti » Sun, 05 Oct 1997 04:00:00



I have a newbie question. I just started with RH 4.2, and linux in
general just a few days ago. I have a generic intel box running linux,
and an old NeXT slab which still runs connected together.

I'd like to be able to connect to my ISP while still having my little
192.168.125.* network working. How do I do this? What's the trick?

I know I must be missing something obvious, as I've poured through the
HOWTO's again and again.

- Very frusterated in Philadelphia,

  Craig Attig

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Q: Routing with multiple hosts while linked to ISP

Post by Brian McCaule » Tue, 07 Oct 1997 04:00:00



> I'd like to be able to connect to my ISP while still having my little
> 192.168.125.* network working. How do I do this? What's the trick?

There should be no problem.  Just do it.  (Make sure you don't have a
bogus default route set in your routing table).

Quote:> I know I must be missing something obvious,

Yes, you are missing any indication of what is not working.

Quote:> as I've poured through the HOWTO's again and again.

What were you looking for?

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