> Hello All!
> I have two computers, three network cards, linux 7.0, and one IP. How can
> I make all this work?
> I know that I connect one using given IP having two network cards inside
> (incomming/outgoing), where another computer just going to be connected to
> the first one. That's the idea, but no clue how to make it work.
Ip masquerading and ip forwarding to enable two machines to share a single
Ip masq can be setup via a firewall on the gateway machine, ip forwarding
can be set in /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
You'll also need to add the internal interface's ip number of your gateway
machine to the other machine's /etc/sysconfig/network file, aswell as
adding the route ( route add -net 0.0.0.0 gw gatewayip )
> I am researching this thing right now, but if you can help me with this,
> will save lot's of my time.
> Thanks guys!
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