Thu Dec 21 22:29:47 NZDT 2000
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> Well a "messy" way could be to use slip links, with Perry's virtual eth0
> idea. I know ipchains is a likely way, but the slip links seem to be
> the way, most in the AMPR NOS 44 network seem to do it. eth0:x <->
> pseudo terminal pair <-> eth0:y sort of thing. The only reason i think
> these guys have been using it, is its simplicity. I haven't tried this
> way yet, as its on the bottom of the in-tray.
It would be possible to write a simple userspace NAT using ethertap I
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