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using Wingate as a gateway for Linux

Has anyone actually made wingate werk like this and if so....how do ya do it?...:)....i am askin this cause i think my linux partition bit the dust last nite and i may have to reinstall it and all.
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LoNeGuNmN
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jetxCommented:
yes, just setup the proxy which is wingate properly and give the Linux machine the Wingate's IP which can be accessed by Linux for Internet use.

You can use wingate for www(Get Netscape for Linux and configure the proxy settings to your Wingate IP) ftp(just use ftp wingate_ip ) irc(use the regular Linux client and do a /server wingate_ip:plus_port) be sure to configure the necessary sockets for your Wingate proxy so your linux machine will get the services you wanted it to use.

regards,

jetx
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LoNeGuNmNAuthor Commented:
ok i tried it and haven't been able to get it to werk.....the machine i have connected to the internet has an internal IP of 192.168.0.1......here is what i get when i do a netstat -rn....
but the damn thing wont paste in here rite....but i have a txt of it....jus give me an email to send it to and i will.


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