I don't want to reconfigure the kernel.
As for changing the router, we don't know the commands, or even fell
confident about changing it.
And the suppliers of the .205. router (SkyNet) cannot come in directly and
the suppliers of the 1.1
router ( NTL ) will not let them.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lars Hecking [SMTP:lhecking at nmrc.ie]
> Sent: 08 June 2000 17:07
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: Re: [ILUG] Enabling server to access single IP address out
> of net mask range
>> Patton, Tony writes:
> > That is exactly what I am trying to achieve.
> > As for recompiling the kernel, not possible as I am using Compaq Tru64
>> Of course you can recompile the kernel on Tru64. It just works slightly
> different from Linux, it's very much BSDish. man doconfig(8), config(8).
>> > > What I meant is that I don't think it is possible to access the print
> > > server
> > > at 192.168.205.254 and the hosts in the range 192.168.205.60 -
> > > 192.168.205.70 only, which is what I think Tony is trying to achieve.
>> Maybe I'm comlpetely ignorant, but couldn't you configure the router
> (which sits between .200 and .205, right?) to statically map
> .205.60-.205.70 into the .200 range, provided there is a sufficient
> number of free IPs?
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