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Old 11-18-2004, 12:49 AM   #1
naresh
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how to configure Private & Public Networks


Hi There, Im a new user to Red hat 9 and i need to use redhat to configure for private and public network. How do i configure NAT?

Basically this device accepts only 192.168.1.* and i have to access this on a public network. I know i need 2 networks cards to do it. but how do i go about doing it.

I have one public ip address and private ip for the device which accepts 192.1681.*

Looking forward to hear from you. thanks.



Naresh
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