I want to set up static NAT mappings on a number of boxes, such that an
address which appears to be on the local network will be captured,
translated and sent to a machine on a different network, and then NAT'ed
back as needed.
Basically I have two networks, and a wireless bridge between them, and I
want to set it that all of the machines on network A can see a server as if
it is on their local subnet, when in fact it is on network B.
I need this so that a windoze Me box can see my WINS server without having
to change the default gateway on the Me box.
Unless anyone knows how to set static routes in doze. (Installing Linux is
not an option).
Suggestions on encrypting/compressing the bridged link would also be
There are, of course, Linux boxes on either end.
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