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cable modem recieve, 288 send - HOWTO?

Posted on 1997-02-27
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My cable company is offering cable modem access only you recieve high speed through the cable modem (ethernet card) and send via your 288 modem. I was wondering if anyone has set this sort of thing up in Linux and with what degree of difficulty. If anyone can give me the steps I have to take or any other help I would appreciate it. Thanks!
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IP FORWARDING  

check out www.linux.org HOWTO on that subject and possible IP Masquerade.  

You should be able to forward outgoing packets to ETH0 (cable modem) to your ppp0  (Note I have not tried this)

good luck,

Ray


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