mboer at dds.nl
Mon Oct 15 07:50:32 PDT 2001
sure, I have been doing that since day one.... No single problem, just kill
the DHCP service on your ICS machine and give
them static IP's.... Linux can then cooperate quite easily with your
WinDoowz.... Still I am inn the process of building a new
LFS server specially made for those tasks... (p3-800 with 256mb) sofar it's
running like a charm and when I get the whole
IPtables thingie running I will clean up my Win2k Server...
Wishing you luck with it...
"Sebastian Edman" <sebastian at egf.net> wrote in message
news:126.96.36.199.0.20011015133527.0220dcf0 at mail1.skarpodata.com...
> At 15:33 2001-10-14, Joao Clemente wrote:
> > > >The linux box _must_ run DHCP and have the windows box as default
> > > >(I think the windows box defaults to ip x.x.x.1).
> >I dont run DHCP (but the software I use allows me to use it if I wanted
> >Not using makes my life easyer and I have static IP's set up on each
> Has anyone succeeded in using the built in ICS in windows (98SE, Me or
> 2000pro) with statically IP:s? It would be very nice if someone knew how,
> it has troubled me some...
> thanks /seb
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