[TriLUG] Linux Routers
jwarf at chatham.k12.nc.us
Mon Oct 7 09:14:07 EDT 2002
No I don't have the T1 card for a pc although I would love one. What I
would have is a router hooked to the T1 and the Linux Router connected to
the other router. Does this make since to anyone but me.
On 10/7/02 9:02 AM, "Jon Carnes" <jonc at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> I've used RedHat and Mandrake both as routers/firewalls. They work
> great for NAT.
> Do you mean that you have a Sangoma card (or something similar) and you
> are feeding a T1 or better directly into a linux box *and* you want to
> run NAT on the box? If so, then yah! Lots of folks have done this.
> Sangoma even used to push a floppy based distro that did it all.
> On Mon, 2002-10-07 at 08:39, John Warf wrote:
>> I was wondering if anyone has tried making a linux router to do Network
>> Address Translation. I am thinking about making one to try here at work but
>> if people have not have good luck with them I don't want to waste my time.
>> I would like to use RedHat if possible b/c that is the flavor I know best of
>> all. Any suggestions or comments that could help are greatly appreciated.
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