Originally posted by zaphodiv
You need to configure the fedora BOX to NAT connections from the 192.168.3 network onto the other network.
Alternativly, if you are using a hardware NAT router as your internet gateway you could give it a netmask of 255.255.0.0 so it will provide a connection for machines in 192.168.x.x and enable packet forwarding on the fedora box without NAT.
The break in my subnet mask stops at the last 0 which differentiates between the portion of the ip that defines the network and the portion that defines the client. My subnet mast is the same on both class C networks
These 2 networks have no need to ever interact with one another. However both networks will need access to the Internet.
The fedora box now has 2 NIC cards and is on both networks. The fedora box can communicate with both networks.
The clients on the Linux network cannot access the clients on the windows network which is they way we want it.
However we are unable to access the Internet.
Here is the current setting for Fedora netconfig
ISP DNS IP
ISP DNS IP