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RE: How to setup a Default Route



I don't know howto do this but, you should use your linux box with ip
masquarde, and have linux do the dialin connection. diald will dial your
internet account on demand. Though I've heard rumors that ppp-2.3.? is able to
do demand dialing, I have no idea howto set it up that way.


Dan

On 07-Jul-98 Joseph_Balsama/CAM/Lotus lotus com wrote:
> 
> 
> My RH Linux machine is connected to a 6 pc network via tcp/ip and
> SAMBA.  The other 5 machines are running Windows 95.  One of the
> Windows 95 machines has an ISDN connection to internet and my office
> network.  This machine is running Wingate proxy server so that all
> systems on the network have access to the internet.
> 
> I have figured out how to get the Windows 95 machines to work through
> the proxy server, but I am un-sure how to setup the Linux machine to
> route Internet traffic through the proxy server.
> 
> I am assuming I need to establish a gateway and/or default route.
> 
> Any help would be appreciated,
> 
> 
> Fred
> 
> Yellow Wood Llamas
> http://ywl.com
> Martinsville, Indiana
> 
> Specializing in the breeding of full Bolivian and Bolivian and North
> American crosses.
> 
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Date: 06-Jul-98
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