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OSFAQ.com: How to share your Internet connection with Linux

Dec 10, 2000, 19:38 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to osfaq for this link. ]

"I recently just got cable modem service in my area and decided to subscribe. I was very pleased with the service and decided that I wanted to share my Internet connection with my home network. So I decided to setup my Linux server so I could share my connection. So in the following article I'm going to describe how to share your Internet connection with your network. So lets get started."

"To setup a Linux server share your internet connection you need two network cards installed. One network card will connect to your network and the other card will attach to you connection (such as DSL/Cable modem). I have tested these instructions on Mandrake Linux 7.2, but any of the latest distros should work."

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