I have been givin an ISDN line an router by work, bless them, and want to
try and configure a few bits and pieces as follows.
The rules are that I can connect my laptop to this router, which is
password protected, and it autodials the office.
What I want to do is to have a linux laptop running as an IP masquerading
gateway which allows me to plug my laptop into my existing network, and be
able to use it all fully.
My potential problems, I think, are as follows:
I am running my own DNS domain, WINS domain, but need the laptop to be
able to see the ones on the other side of the router.
Ideally I want my other machines to be able to sneak across the connection
to the company proxy etc.
Any and All suggestions welcome,
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