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SubjectRe: IP Masquerading documentation


On Fri, 24 May 1996, Terry Dawson wrote:
> > Is anyone able to get through to ftp.eves.com for the IP Masquerading FAQ?
>
> ftp.eves.com is dead I think.
>
> > Is there any sites that mirrors the documentation on IP Masquerading?
> > Also, is there any documentation available on transparent proxy?
>
> Try:
>
> http://www.indyramp.com/masq
>
> That is where Ken has moved his information to I believe.
> I'll be updating the NET-2-HOWTO with this information in the next release

Thanks!

I'd like to suggest the patch below for the next Linux kernel release.

- Ben Galliart (bgallia@luc.edu)

--- CUT HERE ---
--- pre2.0.7/linux/Documentation/Configure.help Thu May 23 19:19:24 1996
+++ linux/Documentation/Configure.help Thu May 23 19:17:28 1996
@@ -888,14 +888,13 @@
even if they don't have officially registered IP addresses. (This
last problem can also be solved by connecting the Linux box to the
Internet using SLiRP [SLiRP is a SLIP/PPP emulator that works if you
- have a regular dial up shell account on some UNIX computer; get if
- via ftp (user: anonymous) from
- sunsite.unc.edu:/pub/Linux/system/Network/serial/]). Details on how
- to set things up are contained in the IP Masquerading FAQ, available
- via ftp (user: anonymous) from ftp.eves.com:/pub/masq/. This is
- ALPHA code, which means that it need not be completely stable; it
- has nothing to do with the computer architecture of the same
- name. If you want this, say Y.
+ have a regular dial up shell account on some UNIX computer; get it
+ from ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/system/Network/serial/
+ Details on how to set things up are contained in the
+ IP Masquerading FAQ, available at http://www.indyramp.com/masq/
+ This is ALPHA code, which means that it need not be completely
+ stable; it has nothing to do with the computer architecture of the
+ same name. If you want this, say Y.

IP: always defragment
CONFIG_IP_ALWAYS_DEFRAG



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