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Old 10-17-2001, 07:07 AM   #1
cybercop12us
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Smile how to setup a ipchains firewall after cisco Router using proxy ARP? or NAR


hai how to setup a ipchains firewall after
cisco router using proxy ARP or NAR(network
address retension) so that no ip address given
by ISP is wasted. Actually Netguard firewall
has done it. can we do it using linux machine?

thanks in advance

cheers
harish
 
  


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