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From: Goober Rama (ruagooberhotmail.com)
Date: Mon Aug 06 2001 - 16:45:56 CDT
I've seen this question asked in the 'Experts' archive, but I've never seen
an answer to it.
Can SNF be setup to work between a DSL router and a LAN? The only options
available during setup are for the various 'dial-up' connections. As far as
I know, the DSL modem my ISP gave me does not work with Linux, and my router
works great, so I just want to setup a SNF box between it and the LAN. Can
anyone tell me if this can be done?
Or can we just not install a 'dial-up' device and manually add a second NIC
after the install for the outside interface?
Thanks in advance.
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