From: AJ McKee (aj at domain nevermindthebollox.com)
Date: Wed 05 Jun 2002 - 00:55:42 IST
I know smoothwall linux alows for the nating of address using an adsl modem.
But you have to have to corportate version to do multiple machines. I have
it set up so that it forwards to another linux box and then that redirects
to several differet machines Nat upon nat so to speak, but its not a great
idea. If eircom allow it or not is another thing, but I would imagine so as
their business package would be used in this way. Unless the clevel people
in eircom were going to charge per a machine in each company, it would not
surprise me. I got a bill for €501 for the install of isdn and I still
cannot get 128kbps access.
From: ilug-admin at domain linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at domain linux.ie]On Behalf Of
Sent: 27 May 2002 12:29
Subject: [Fwd: [ILUG] adsl
on behalf of Conor Wynne :
> OK third time lucky... or maybe not.
> Hi lads,
> 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?
> I've heard there is something which prevents doze heads from using
> sharing, but its a linux shop these days so we don't give a rats about
> Best regards,
> Bloody anti-spam suspicious header load of ... :)
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