radamdavis at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 18 02:37:10 UTC 2010
I only have one nic card going to the computer from the bridge. The other desktop I access using Windows live mesh ( I know that will get me shot for mentioning windows in a linux email). Also on the 2nd desktop is connected to the bridge.
I am wondering if I put a second NIC into the desktop if that would then work with the NAS?
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--- On Sun, 10/17/10, Shawn L. Djernes <shawn at djernes.org> wrote:
From: Shawn L. Djernes <shawn at djernes.org>
Subject: Re: [olug] bridges
To: "Omaha Linux User Group" <olug at olug.org>
Cc: "Omaha Linux User Group" <olug at olug.org>
Date: Sunday, October 17, 2010, 9:21 PM
I will have to make a few assumptions here.
1. You have Cable or DSL w/ more than one real (public) IP addresses.
2. Your "Primary" PC has one interface connected to the modem.
3. The second interface is bridged into a br0 type interface which is connected to the second computer.
In today's world of expensive public IPv4 you have two options.
1. Use IPv4 NAT routing and masquerading.
2. Use IPv6 world routable addresses with DNS.
My preference would be to be to get a tunnel from http://tunnelbroker.net. Setup the tunnel on your bridge machine with RADVD.
Hope this helps
Shawn L. Djernes
On Oct 17, 2010, at 20:18, adam davis <radamdavis at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi fellow oluggers
> I am using a bridge for my internet connection at my apartment. But I don't know much about them.
> I am wanting to use a NAS too with an Ethernet port. But how would i need to go about using this in a network that uses a bridge for internet access.
> I do have both a switch and a router that I can add to this.
> Please advise.
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