Re: simple ping; pinging 101

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THUFIR HAWAT wrote:
On 7/6/05, Scot L. Harris <[email protected]> wrote:
...

The real question here is what are you trying to do?
...

looking at
<http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Masquerading-Simple-HOWTO/intro.html>

I've changed the IP addresses as follows:

arrakis eth0	123.12.23.43
  arrakis eth0  192.168.1.1

would have suffuced....

arrakis eth1	192.168.0.1
caladan eth0	192.168.0.2
Connect arrakis eth1 and caladan eth0 to the hub only. If you've done
it right, you should be able to ping both machines from each other....
to be able connect arrakis eth0 to the hub, ping caladan, disconnect
arrakis eth0 from the hub, connect arrakis eth1 to the hub, ping
caladan, repeat..

to do do that, is a default gateway required?
No, worry about the default gateway (and forwarding) after your local
subnet is working.
I'm just taking this one very small step at a time.


thanks,

Thufir


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