yes, it is cable/dsl. that would explain the lack of connectivity under
the linksys scenario.

i will try this again and report back. thank you for the clue....

stephen d. kingrea

On 10 Jan 2003, Matt Smith wrote:

>Regarding your ISP -- is this a DSL connection?  If so, your DMZ server
>(connected to the Hub) probably needs to run PPPoE.  Is it?  Anything
>behind the linksys device does not, because the linksys device takes
>care of PPPoE for everything behind it.
>-Matt
>
>On Fri, 2003-01-10 at 14:20, Stephen D. Kingrea wrote:
>> ok, i know that i am a newbie, but perhaps what i am trying to do is
>> impossible.
>> 
>> goal: host 2 domains locally
>> equipment: linksys wireless router (4 ethernet connections--wireless not
>> running yet), freebsd 4.7 on dedicated p166, and several boxes/os's
>> connected dhcp.
>> 
>> i assigned router 1 static address (68.114.63.14), server lan address
>> (192.168.1.110). domain1.com is working.
>> 
>> i wish to alias second static address (68.114.63.34) on server for
>> domain2.com. 
>> 
>> try as i might, i cannot make this work. is it even possible?
>> 
>> linksys says: place hub between modem and router, connect server to hub
>> (placing server outside lan). that scenario renders server incapable of
>> communicating with isp's router (68.114.63.1).
>> 
>> i am beginning to wonder whether i can even accomplish this. it seems
>> simple enough, however; i just can't make it work....
>> 
>> any suggestions?
>> 
>> tia
>> 
>> stephen d. kingrea
>> 
>> 
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