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Is there a software router for MacOS that allow a PPP connection to be shared by other networked Mac's connected via ethernet for instance.

Most unix implementations allow for the routing between network interfaces but I don't seem to be able to do it with MacPPP and OT1.2
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Apple claims they will fix this concurrency problem in OT1.5.  Currently this is imposssible.  Only one adapter can bind to TCP/IP at a time. This means either PPP or Ethernet - not both.
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