Have a look at man natd, then come back with more questions.

Tim Kellers
CPE/NJIT


On Thursday 17 July 2003 11:56 pm, Frans-Jan v. Steenbeek wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> I'm an active user of FreeBSD for quite some time now, and I'm not a
> full newbie anymore, except for this part:
>
> I now have two PC's running, one is intended to be a webserver and the
> other is my desktop-PC. I'm connected to the internet using a city-wide
> network the university here offers. So I can use DHCP and TCP to connect
> one PC to the net.
>
> my webserver has two LAN-cards, my desktop has one. My question is: how
> do I connect these two with eachother so that both PC's can reach
> internet?
>
> I've enabled routed on both systems, (-s on the webserver, -q on the
> desktop) but that doesn't seem to be enough. I've read something about
> routing and gateways in the handbook, but I didn't quite get it. So can
> anyone help me out?
>
> Please CC me, I'm not (anymore) a user on this list. Thanks!

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