On Tue, 26 Jul 2005, Paul Kelly :: Blacknight wrote:
> That won't work as it presents a single public IP in some sort of
> bridged ethernet mode. You need a "router" of some description to
> share the connection with more than 1 box.
Which could be any of his PCs. Switch + PC to terminate the PPPoE
(presumably) and do NAT.
Even Windows apparently is capable of NAT+forwarding these days isnt
it? ("Internet Connection Sharing" (patent pending) or somesuch.).
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