TCP/IP routing - Help!

TCP/IP routing - Help!

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

I currently have the following setup:

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

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

Ethernet Hub   --  Linux box  x.x.155.80 &
Ethernet Card                 x.x.155.70
     Novell Netware 3.12 server
Token Ring Card               x.x.155.130 &
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?

Brett Kingswell


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