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Re: [K12OSN] Re: Routing

As mentioned in the other thread you will need to get each network segment on thier own subnet before you can hope to route between them.

once you have that planned out plan the routes that will be needed to tell the router what goes where.
I posted a how to setup a fedora core router email several months ago. I'll try to find it and repost

Terrell Prudé, Jr. wrote:

Have you checked /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward?


Sean Fichera wrote:

Hi Terrell and everyone

Still can get routing working this is it again and answers to questions.

Ok right now we are in a testing enviorment before we decide to take down the entire network.

to recap

we have a Linux Router running Fedora core2

4 ethernet ports

eth0 eth1
eth3  this one will be used later lets call it

A Squid Proxy
eth0 direct to broadband internet

One Windows client (there will be many later)

Currently Our subnet is on all computers.

I attached a bitmap to show you

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