On Tuesday, 30 September 2003 at 21:33:43 -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > Dear FreeBSD users, > > I urgenly need to connect 192.168.1.* network to the internet. What > am I doing wrong?
You're assuming it's possible. It's not. Addresses in the range 192.168.x.x are explicitly not routed. See RFC 1918 (http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/cgi-bin/rfc/rfc1918.html) for further details. You're not very clear about your router, but I assume it does NAT for you: to connect an RFC 1918 network to the Internet, you need to use some form of Network Address Translation (NAT). Theoretically, you'd need to do the same at the junction between the 192.168.0.x and 192.168.1.x networks, though you might be able to fake things by choosing 23 bit net masks. If this doesn't mean anything to you, don't ask. Greg -- When replying to this message, please copy the original recipients. If you don't, I may ignore the reply or reply to the original recipients. For more information, see http://www.lemis.com/questions.html See complete headers for address and phone numbers. NOTE: Due to the currently active Microsoft-based worms, I am limiting all incoming mail to 131,072 bytes. This is enough for normal mail, but not for large attachments. Please send these as URLs.
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