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 FreeBSD as a router
Author: cranky 
Date:   14-08-00 03:28


Hello,

I'm setting up a FreeBSD 4.1 box for my first time. I have 2 nic cards in it
and FreeBSD see's them just fine.I'm trying to make it act like a router.

How do I configure a nic to address the internet, and configure the other nic to
address the LAN and then route packets between them?

Can someone please point me in the correct direction, or post some links
to help on this or anything? Thanks!

- Fred Algonquin


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cranky 14-08-00 03:28 
 RE: FreeBSD as a router   new
Stu 14-08-00 05:48 
 RE: FreeBSD as a router   new
cranky 14-08-00 06:00 
 RE: FreeBSD as a router   new
Marco Raposo 14-08-00 13:47 
 RE: FreeBSD as a router   new
Dan Langille 14-08-00 07:13 
 RE: FreeBSD as a router   new
David Richards 22-08-00 11:28 
 RE: FreeBSD as a router   new
elliot 23-08-00 12:14 


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