Quoting Stephen McCune (stephen_mccune at hotmail.com):
> I ue Internet conection sharing in win2k and want to know if there is some
> equivelant in Linux, or any way the other computer could access the internet
> while i am in Linux.
IP masquerading, which is Linux's implementation of RFC 1918 Network
Address Translation (NAT):
That will seem like a ghastly, long document, but for most purposes it
comes down to a one-line IP-filtering rule plus enabling the kernel's
IP-forwarding capability in /proc .
> The reason for this is that her computer is crap - AMD K6/2 333 and although
> i have heard it would run on something like this, i would prefer it to run
> well on this one (Athlon XP 1700, 512mb DDR Ram) And hers also has all of
> her stuff, and i don't want to mix it up.
Oh right, make me feel great, why don't you? Pretty much the best
computer I own is a homebuilt K6/2 233. ;->
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