klug at hardstone.net
Wed Sep 9 07:18:51 UTC 2009
On Wed, Sep 09, 2009 at 08:09:00AM +0100, Peter Childs wrote:
> I need some advise.
> I have a rather complicated LAN that has two (yes 2) Network Address
> Translations (NATs) between it and the internet at large.
> 1. Is a ADSL Be Box that I've got very little control over
Depends on the reason you've very little control over this. What I've
done is enable bridging mode on my BeBox. NB the guide below looks
useful but wasn't what I followed (I can't of course find it now)
> 2. A Linux Box that runs IPTables and Squid to Cache and Virus scan
> the web (the rules don't add up to much more than that, (Oh it also
> have a VNC access)
> I want to be able to run VoIP on the network to communicate.
> I need a Nat as I have about 30 Linux PCs connected and 5 or 6 Windows
> boxes but I don't think I really need two...
> Any ideas.
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