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Bridging IPX networks with a linux box

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Hi -- I put up a question on the Linux general board about bridging two IPX networks with a linux box.  200 points to the person who can talk me through it.

Thanks!
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I would assume that you are really wanting to route IPX from one Network to another vs bridging?
-jim
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by:aioudine
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RjB I think you should ask linda to remove this question
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look at calendra, there is a Linux for Netware. So it will be easy to connect Linux and Netware
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