> The difference is simple: Anyone can give advice such as "write yourself
> a firewall and routing script" or "try it with webmin" - you can only
> hope he has access to those.
> You "understood" he has a fully configured network and a server with at
> least two Ethernet Cards, able to do the forwarding/NAT. If *any* of
> those assumptions is wrong, he may end up with a misconfigured network
> and NO internet access. how cool.
And how would that be worse than the popular OS that has a checkbox for
internet sharing - which only works when you have a suitable network
topology? Microsoft does it like this:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306126 in case you are confused about
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