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Old 06-28-2004, 12:16 PM   #1
evalastin
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Configuring a 4 interface network


I'm trying 2 build a box that will allow my 2 LANs and DMZ(holds my web server) share an internet coonection. The 2 LANs will be using DHCP while d dmz will have a static IP address. I'd apprecite it if anyone could give me a walk through on how to do this configuration using Red Hat Linux 9.x.
 
  


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