[Samba] newbie question

Gémes Géza geza at kzsdabas.sulinet.hu
Sun Oct 5 06:58:27 GMT 2003

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Joel Hammer írta:
| I run a small home network. The linux box supplies the gateway to the
| internet. It works very nicely. All the other boxes (windows and linux)
| sit masqueraded and protected by the linux gateway. This doesn't use
| samba.
| Joel
| On Sat, Oct 04, 2003 at 06:23:57PM -0700, John Pearson wrote:
|>I have not installed Samba yet but before I do I was wondering if it is
|>possible with Samba to share an internet connection with a Windows XP
|>computer.  I want to use my computer running Redhat Linux 9.0 (with
|>Samba) as the dialup for the internet and the Windows XP to connect to
|>my computer and then out to the internet.  I am new to Linux and all.  I
|>was just wondering.
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Personaly I'd recomend to look for shorewall as the masquerading
solution, or knetfilter generated , and diald for automaticaly dialing,
when there is an outgoing connection.

Good Luck!

Geza Gemes
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