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Re: [suse-security] Masq with an ISDN card to ??
  • From: Stefan_Walther@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 17:09:43 +0100
  • Message-id: <OF59825ADA.C21A8110-ONC1256B6C.00587C01-C1256B6C.00588250@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

just use YaST to enable isdn with dial-on-demand, the script for
masquerding can run at everytim, you do not need to enter your ip or
something like that, because you can limit it to the ippp+ interface, for
using the second channel there is an howto in the internet. if i remember
correctly it is also available at the support-database of SuSE.

Best Regards,

Stefan Walther
dienst.: +4930/89786448
Funk: +49172/3943961

"Mirza" <mirzoni@xxxxxxx>
26.02.2002 16:52

To: <suse-security@xxxxxxxx>
cc: <alice@xxxxxxxx>, <suse-isdn@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: [suse-security] Masq with an ISDN card to ??

Hello , this mail maybe is not for this group but as i have to see here is
most discusion s about networking ..
So i have running Suse LInux 7.1 and in that machine i have ISDN card
one i using to connect to internet .
In same machine i have LAN adapter which one is connected on private LAN
now i want to enable users access to internet bye the LAN in which case my
machine will be gateway .On internet i am find what I need to enable
masquarading for clients on my private LAN , on every client i need to set
relolv.conf , dns setting s , default gateway , but i have manualy to
connect and run script which enables masq..
So the question is : does somebody know some software which one enables
dialing , bandwidth on demand and disconecting if line is idle and no
connection needed ?

Thanks in advance

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