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Date:      Fri, 5 Jan 1996 14:48:59 +0000 ()
From:      "Steve M. Spiller" <steve@microdot.com>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Routing question?
Message-ID:  <Pine.BSF.3.91.960105144522.10617A-100000@ledzeppelin.microdot.com>

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I'm not sure it this is possible but ...

Right now I have a local network that consists of two machines, 
205.134.198.1 and 205.134.198.2.  My FreeBSD machineis 205.134.198.1 to 
my local net.  THis machine is connected to the internet via a dedicated 
PPP connection.  The PPP server assigns me an address of 204.71.144.66.  
When I telnet/ftp/etc from my FreeBSD box, the world sees me as 
204.71.144.66, I would like it if the world saw that machine as 
205.134.198.1... Is there a way to send my packets to my local net first 
and have them routed back out to the net?  Is what I am asking 
feasable/possible/or totally off th wall/go jump in a lake/no way in hell?

Thanks for any responses. ;)

					-Steve
					 steve@microdot.com




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