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Chicago Tribune: A natty solution for connecting multiple machines to the Net

Jan 31, 2000, 05:47 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Q: I have five computers but only one Internet connection. Can I share a single IP address with multiple machines?"

"A: If you've found yourself fighting with others over a PC with an Internet connection, you'll love this solution...."

"The Network Address Translation (often referred to as "IP masquerading" in the Linux world) allows you to share your single IP address with other PCs in your home or office, allowing all of them to access the Internet."

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