On Tue, 26 May 2009, Frank Murphy (Frankly3d) wrote:
> Can I use a tut like above to increase that number,
> using a Linux box in association with the Netgear?
Answer A: Yes you can, with the right amount of additional network
interfaces, switches and cables (just one extra NIC in the
Linux server + a cross-over cable to the Netgear should be
enough, for most cases).
Answer B: Yes you can, with logical subnets - this may not work out
"of the box" with all the clients and might require some
Answer C: Which model of Netgear?
The Netgear probably already runs Linux, and there's a
chance you can just upgrade to an open, community distro
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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