On Mon, May 27, 2002 at 12:28:41PM +0100, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> > Whats the story, does anyone know if I can use the single machine offering
> > from eircon - solo or something, and install Linux [as soon as eircon go
> > away] and NAT/Proxy it. Will this work OK? Has anyone tried yet?
Yup, that'll work fine. We've had a similar setup working here for
the past few months without a hitch - Alcatel (sp?) modem, OpenBSD
NATing and running PPPoE, Eircom ADSL.
"That would preempt a bunch of problems involved in trying to reconstruct
exactly how the Perl 5 parser thinks, which nobody entirely understands."
Larry Wall, 2001/04/20, perl6-language at perl.org
"Finger to spiritual emptiness underlying everything." -- How a Japanese C
manual referred to a "pointer to void".
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