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Re: router/server project ([vox-tech] Newbie DSL router question)

> While Kevin Martin's page seems to be gone, the
> fundamental concept in it that I didn't get elsewhere was that you need
> to
> make sure all your windows machines can lookup each others' names
> through
> hosts files or dns services without probing the internet
> (unsuccessfully).  
> (That prevents unintended dialups when only local traffic is
> involved.)
> [1] http://leaf.sourceforge.net/devel/thc/dox/ppp_dod.html

Thanks Jeff,

I did not think to much about the windows machines looking up there names, but I
was going to setup dns on the server/router anyway and so they will get there
dhcp and gateway address from the server.
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