Matthew Seaman wrote:
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I'm making a FreeBSD router with ppp and telnet access to it (currently
part of a network with a hardware router). When I have 1 NIC in the
FreeBSD machine (rl0), telnet works fine. Then I add another NIC (ed0).
Telnet still works. rc.conf:
ipconfig_rl0="inet 192.168.123.251 netmask 255.255.255.0"
#ipconfig_ed0="inet 192.168.123.251 netmask 255.255.255.0"
Routers forward packets between different IP networks. Or in other
words, the IP numbers on the different interfaces on your router
should not just be different -- they should come from completely
different subnets too.
I think that the keyword for you is 'bridging'. There's a whole
article about it here:
plus Google will turn up plenty more.
Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. 7 Priory Courtyard
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Kent, CT11 9PW
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Yes that would be the correct word. My net is 192.168.123.0/24, the hardware
router connected to the modem is 192.168.123.254, and I was trying to be
connected through the FreeBSD box. Then later do this:
That is still called bridging, yes?
Thx for the info, i'll try this and see how it turns out.
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