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SubjectRe: User based routing?
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> On Mon, Dec 18, 2000 at 07:46:51PM +0000, Ian Stirling wrote:
> > Are there any patches floating around?
> > Basically to allow for example a server to dial out to ISP's on behalf
> > of users, and give them full control over that interface.
> > I know about UML, and it's not quite suited.
> > I've not found anything searching archives, but maybe it's out there.
>
> Sounds like you're looking for masqdialer. It doesn't give full control
> to users (why should it), but it allows users to select from multiple
> ISPs.

Looking at it, it won't quite work.

I'm looking for a way to let users logged onto the server open
connections that they "own", that othere users can't use.

Not ways of connecting other machines over shared ppp/... links.

May be usefull for other things though, thanks.

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