TCP-IP Addresses for 2 machine (linux and windows) home network

Posted on 2001-08-14
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
Question by:elmendor
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You've got a no text error (So I'll guess at your question).

Just use a class C private network.

suitable ip addresses include:

Expert Comment

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 The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has reserved the
  following three blocks of the IP address space for private networks:


I tend to prefer the class C 192.168.x.x block. For example, I'll name my boxes ... etc.

Finally, I suggest you take a look at the IP Masquerade and the Home-Network-mini-HOWTO howtos.

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I am refunding points and PAQing this item, due to the NO TEXT problem so that elmendor can post this again.  The problem should now be resolved.

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