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Re: [K12OSN] Routing



On Mon, 2004-06-28 at 22:03, Sean Fichera wrote:
> Routing is a problem
> 
> We have
> Linux Server acting as a router to 4 locations
> 
> eth0 172.20.20.25
> eth1 172.21.21.25
> eth2 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
> eth3 broadband connection
> 
> we have a squid proxy that will  be on the 172.20.20.25 line with an ip of 172.20.20.26
> 
> A client on the 172.21.21.25 line can't get to the proxy at 172.20.20.26
> 
> We need help  we like using webmin so if you can tell us how to get it running that way that would be great if not then how do we get the router up and running.
Will setting the netmask for eth0 and eth1 to 255.255.0.0 so that both
172.20.20.xx and 172.20.21.xx are recognised as local networking address
range help?
This is if the eth2 and eth3 do not fall within this netmask IP
addressing?
-- 
Sudev Barar
Learning Linux



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