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Ok i have 3 computers, 2 linux one windows98
How can i configure it so i can browse the internet with my other two computers?
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use your static IP on a Linux box and use IP masquerading so that you can use the other computer by just using a fake ip.

      eg.
      linux real-ip
      other two computers 192.168.0.* fake ips
      gateway the one with the static ip
      dns use your ISPs dns servers

MORE: read the information about IP masquerading

-Jeff
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