TCP/IP routing - Help!

TCP/IP routing - Help!

Post by Bret » Thu, 06 Feb 1997 04:00:00



I currently have the following setup:

ISDN
  |
Ethernet hub  --  Linux box  x.x.155.80
  |
Ethernet card                x.x.155.70
      Novell 3.12 Server
Token Ring card              x.x.155.130
  |
MAUs                         x.x.155.131 through 190

Subnet mask of 255.255.255.192.

Attached to the MAUs are workstations with unique IP addresses.  What I'd
like to accomplish is the following:

The Linux box is currently running Apache web server with proxy running.  
I can successfully use the proxy server from a machine attached to the
Ethernet hub (x.x.155.10).  I cannot use the proxy from a machine on the
MAUs (x.x.155.155).  

I'd like to use dummy IP addresses (192.168.x.x) rather than dedicated
unique ones for the workstations.  So, I imagine something like the
following:

ISDN
 |
Ethernet Hub   --  Linux box  x.x.155.80 & 192.168.2.2
 |
Ethernet Card                 x.x.155.70
     Novell Netware 3.12 server
Token Ring Card               x.x.155.130 & 192.168.1.1
 |
MAUs                          192.168.x.x's

My question is, how can I assign two IPs to the Token Ring card in the
Novell 3.12 Server?

What sort of routing setup will I need?

Thanks
Brett Kingswell

 
 
 

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