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Re: lost e-mail



Yep, I think that is it.

Thanks for taking the time of re-sending it.  I check all of my e-mail on
the server as I don't own a computer.  The computer I using Linux on
belongs to the school, I am just doing my research on it.

Thanks again,
Tim

On Mon, 2 Apr 2001, Ethan  Bonick wrote:

> Is this what you're looking for? I forgot to chnage
> the email address when i sent it so it didnt go to the
> wolverine-list before.
>
>  try
> www.europe.redhat.com/documentation/mini-HOWTO/Home-Network-mini-HOWTO-1.php3
> This worked for me. Depending on how you connect to
> the internet you need to change part four Configuring
> Masquerading. I used this document to set-up a gateway
> for DSL.You need to figure out which card is eth1 and
> change your modules.conf
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Timothy Cassidy <6tc1 qlink queensu ca>
> Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2001 16:25:08 -0400 (EDT)
> To: Wolverine <wolverine-list redhat com>
> Subject: lost e-mail
>
>
> Re: Sorry to bother everyone with this problem, but
> one of the members of this
> Re: list gave me some advice on my problem with adding
> a second ethernet card
> Re: (as detailed in my e-mail below).  But my inbox
> was recently a victim of
> Re: truncation on the server.  I don't suppose anyone
> has a copy of his
> Re: answer?  I tried looking on
> Re: https://listman.redhat.com/pipermail/wolverine-list/
> Re:
> Re: but my message isn't there.  However posts as
> recent as April 1st are.
> Re:
> Re: Thanks,
> Re: Tim
> Re:
> Re: ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Re: Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 20:23:33 -0500 (EST)
> Re: From: Timothy Cassidy <6tc1 qlink queensu ca>
> Re: To: Wolverine <wolverine-list redhat com>
> Re: Subject: adding an ethernet card
> Re:
> Re: I have got ipfilter and Wolverine working on my
> Linux box.  Now I would
> Re: like to have that same box operate as a gateway to
> another box.
> Re:
> Re: But, my internet connection fails everytime I
> restart the computer with
> Re: the new ethernet card in the computer.  The
> computer detects the new
> Re: ethernet card and I configure it accordingly (see
> Re:
> http://www.apeldoorn.hccnet.nl/howto/mini/Home-Network-mini-HOWTO.html#s1)
> Re:
> Re: Although the web page I put in brackets if for
> Linux 6.*, I couldn't
> Re: find an updated version, so I assumed it was still
> applicable.  Part
> Re: of the process requires that I configure the eth1
> ethernet card to
> Re: have this ip address:
> Re: 192.168.1.1
> Re:
> Re: Anyway, the weird thing is that this problem is
> highly reproduceable (i.e.
> Re: consistent), so I think this must be a common
> problem.  If I take out
> Re: the extra ethernet card, the system works fine (my
> connection to the
> Re: internet is restored).  But as soon as I add it,
> the system can't connect
> Re: to the internet.
> Re:
> Re: In addition to creating the additional config file
> as listed on the above
> Re: web page.  I also changed the contents of
> /etc/sysconfig/network
> Re:
> Re: from
> Re:  GATEWAYDEV=eth1
> Re: to
> Re:  GATEWAYDEV=eth0
> Re:
> Re: But that didn't effect any change.  Also I tried
> looking in my
> Re: /etc/modules.conf
> Re:
> Re: and this is what I find whether I have the other
> ethernet card installed
> Re: or not:
> Re: alias eth0 rt18139
> Re: alias parport_lowlevel parport_pc
> Re: alias eth0 8139too
> Re:
> Re: It seems strange that two device drivers (I
> believe that is what those two
> Re: entries are for) are being aliased to the single
> ethernet device.
> Re:
> Re: Also, I don't know if this is interesting or not,
> but my lo settings are
> Re: obviously good as I am able to ping my own IP
> address and get a response.
> Re:
> Re: I am hoping this is just some Wolverine
> peculiarity and that someone else
> Re: has encountered this.
> Re:
> Re: Thanks for any input,
> Re: Tim Cassidy
> Re:
> Re:
> Re:
> Re:
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