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Old 06-27-2004, 08:52 AM   #1
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NEED HELP about NAT over SuSE

Hi there,
I'm very new to the Linux. I'm facing problems in the netwrok configuration and I really appreciate any help from you people.
So here is the situation:
P4 - 512 MB RAM - 40 GB HDD
SuSE 9.0 - Kernel 2.4.21
Three NIC
eth0 connected to the local LAN with IP
eth1 connected to the ADSL Modem 1 with IP (the ADSL modem IP is
eth2 connected to the ADSL Modem 2 with IP (the ADSL modem IP is
PPPoE sessions are controlled by the modems, the modems do NAT and are connected by cross cable back-to-back to eth1 and eth2
Both ADSL links are connected to the same ISP
I'm using the following articale to balance the load to both ADSL links:
What I need is, how can I (and if possible step by step) run the NAT service so I can allow my users to go through this SuSE box with all Internet services (like POP3, IM, others) and keep the load balancing works?
I've tried running the NAT service but it didn't work. And more worse, whenever I restart the box, I lose all the customization of teh routing tables!!



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