LittleViggy at alum.manhattan.edu
Mon Jul 15 19:34:05 MDT 2002
I'm sure someone else can give you the long answer, but the short answer
is not easily!
Basically, you need a router to route packets from the two machines to
your 192.168.1.X network. After that, your good to go.
Actually, it sounds to me like the company in question just doesn't want
to change the IP addys. It's not to bad in Linux, and even easier in
Windows! If you have full control over those machines, I'd just change
the addys. There are only two machines...
Hugh Brown wrote:
> network newbie question.
> I am in a bit of situation.
> We won the second phase of a contract and have the job of porting a
> windows based system to an os independent system. The company delivered
> the machines but put them on the 192.190.1.x/24 subnet and told us that
> changing the ip address of the two systems would be burdensome to do.
> Their obligation is to deliver a system that works. It seems to work
> okay, but I don't know how to get the two systems to see the Internet at
> I have the two systems on an ipchains masqueraded network.
> How do you normally put two distinct subnets on a network and get them
> to go out to the right destination
> Here's the setup
> Internet--- external interface (ipchains box) 192.168.1.1----|
> Internal Network
> I know I haven't explained this very well so please help me clarify.
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