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Re: [vox-tech] Sending my network requests through another computer



På fredag, 01 april 2005, skrev Richard S. Crawford:
> I have two computers sitting on my desk.  One of them (A, running Gentoo
> on a Sparc 64 SunBlade 100) can see the internal network and the outside
> world.  The other (B, my FC3 laptop) can only see the internal network.
> 
> Is there any way at all that I can forward all of my Internet requests
> from computer B through computer A?

Yes, this is what IP masquerading is designed to do. Is the network at a
place of employment where someone else controls the network or is the
gateway machine under your influence?

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