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Old 11-02-2011, 09:45 PM   #1
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Introduction and my first questions


Hello everyone I am new to the forum and pretty new to Linux.I took the "get to know vi" class at school and am in the beginning Linux Network Admin class,we are using Debian. I wanted to find a place to get a Debian distro (64-bit) preferably a DVD but I know most likely I will (hopefully) be told of a download link.Why would I want a DVD,perhaps I load and unload and perhaps the DVD contains more options.

My second question involves my router (ZyXel PK5000Z).It is standard issue from Qwest for their high speed adsl service.This router has a DMZ.I know all DMZ's are not created equal.I want to know if I have DHCP enabled on the router does this service fall over into the DMZ? In other words can I have the non-DMZ section of the router using its DHCP ability and have the DMZ unaffected by the DHCP services? I am liking my Debian studies,I am not finding them too awful difficult and I plan to continue with the advanced class next semester.Thanks to all
 
Old 11-02-2011, 10:57 PM   #2
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About your's first question, maybe you can find it in emule software.
 
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In other words can I have the non-DMZ section of the router using its DHCP ability and have the DMZ unaffected by the DHCP services?
See if your router allows you to link the DMZ servers MAC address to a static IP address?
 
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