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Old 07-20-2003, 03:34 AM   #1
Registered: Oct 2002
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Distribution: Mandrake 9.1, Clarkconnect 1.3
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Connecting to Internet Through Wireless -> Routing?

Hello, Im trying to get my wireless network going.

My network is like this:

PC1 runs Clarkconnect, shares internet from BPA Cable, from eth0 to eth1 (internal network).

PC2 runs Redhat 9.0, gets IP by DHCP from PC1, also has a wireless card, ra0.

PC3, latop, runs Mandrake, with Wireless card, eth1.

Wired network uses, netmask, gateway is

Wireless currently uses for PC 2 and for PC3

PC2 can ping PC1 and PC3, PC3 can ping PC2 only.

I am wanting to somehow route traffic between PC3 and PC1, so I can access the internet/samba shares. How can I do this?



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