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Old 06-10-2004, 04:23 PM   #1
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'Starter' question: using D-LINK604 for intranet 'talk'?

I just need enough basic info to know where to start looking for my answer.

I have two linux machines sharing an ADSL connection thru a D-LINK 604 router. I have the D-Link set up for as high a security as I can manage, including stealthing. I want to be able to instant message between the two (both running gui's - KDE).

First question: is the D-LINK capable of passing such data between the two machines?

Second question: What key words would be appropriate to google to get the necessary setup information.



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