How can I route through a pc that is also using a router??
Mark Jayson Alvarez
jay2xra at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 28 00:16:24 PDT 2004
My workstation and the testmachine both belongs to the
Here are the details:
workstation --> 10.10.8.110
testmachine --> 10.10.8.111
Gateway --> 10.10.8.254
DNS ---> 184.108.40.206
Proxy ---> 220.127.116.11 Port: 3128
--- Andrew <infofarmer at mail.ru> wrote:
> Describe the test-machine, please. If both
> workstations are on the same
> subnet, you should probably configure the
> test-machine as an
> ip-forwarder or even as an ethernet-level bridge. If
> your personal
> workstation is on a different subnet, which is not
> serviced by proxy or
> dns, you should configure NAT on the test-machine.
> In general, there's little problem in cascading
> gateway installations.
> Andrew P.
> > Good day!
> > I have two workstations at work, 1 my personal,
> > the other, a test machine.
> > My boss told me to configure a pcrouter, that is,
> > testmachine and let my personal pc connect through
> > internet through the testmachine:
> > Here's the scenario:
> > The testmachine already knows how to connect
> > the outside world but, also through a gateway....
> > And to let my pc connect to the internet through
> > testmachine, I've set its default gateway to the
> ip of
> > the test machine.
> > But it doesn't seem to work. When I tried to lauch
> > browser, the error indicates that it cannot seem
> > find its way to the proxy server.
> > I've tried adding another line in my routing table
> > like this:
> > Destination Gateway
> > proxy(18.104.22.168) testmachine(10.10.8.111)
> > But it still won't work.
> > Do you know what i've been missing here? I'm
> > perhaps the test machine should connect to the
> > internet directly without using a gateway
> > Any idea?
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