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Old 11-17-2003, 05:48 PM   #1
jrzplace
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Question Mandrake Firewall/router networked to US Robotics 8000A router


Have DSL or Cable modem connection to internet
PII running Mandrake 9.2 is to be firewall/router connected to US Robotics 8000A router with 2 Windows XP machines.

I can get Mandrake 9.2 to connect to internet.
Not sure how to configure so that the second NIC/Mandrake will talk to the US Robotics 8000A router. The Windoze machines see and will work with the US Robotics router with no problem. How do I set up the US Robotics Router for gateway/IP connecting to Linux box etc? I have a rough idea of what I'm doing but I'm not heavy on networking.

Your assistance will be most appreciated.


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