I've looked at that how-to, and it looks to me like it's setting up a firewall along with the MASQ. Now, I don't really want a firewall, is neither of these computers have anything important on them, and firewalls have gotten in my way before. Now, is there a way to not have a firewall in place, but still have MASQing, or perhaps, is this firewall's default security low, so it might not bother me?
Ok, now, I think I have another issue. This is with Linux seeing my actual hardware. I have it set up so eth1 is the card that is connected to my modem, and eth0 is the card connected to the second computer. The problem is, for whatever reason, Linux cannot activate eth0. I put in the address for the network, 192.168.0.1, and then the subnet mask. Well, if you can help anymore, that would be great. Thanks.
Last edited by Keys; 03-09-2003 at 07:37 AM.