Re: Router with one ethernet card
To: Sven Hohage <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 08 Mar 2004 09:18:10 GMT
In essence, yes. Just make sure that your machine forwards its connection
(see sysinstall, network configuration - gateway operation), then install
BIND9 and a DHCP server and you're on. You will have to edit the config
files but the comments are very well done - you can get your LAN hooked
up in less than an hour, all included. If you need help, just le me know:
I did it to share our ADSL connection (Ethernet modem).
You can also install a firewall (ipfw works fine) and allow some services
in the DHCP domain only (FTP, etc.)
Hope it helps
Sven Hohage écrit:
> I've got a Pentium 3 700 with Freebsd 5.2 and one 3com ethernet card.
> Actually I'm giving Internet access to him through windows ics.
> Is it possible to use the Freebsd box as a gateway to the Internet
> without upgrading to a second ethernet card?
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