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msn messenger module for masquerading router

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Is there some module that will enable masqueraded computers to use file uploading and voice communication through a linux router box?

right now we have installed

ip_masq_pptp
ip_masq_cuseeme
ip_masq_vdolive
ip_masq_user
ip_masq_raudio
ip_masq_quake
ip_masq_portfw
ip_masq_autofw
ip_masq_irc
ip_masq_ftp

But this doesn't seem to be enough to use microsoft netmeeting and microsoft messenger on localnet computers.

Does anyone has a good link or module which does the job.

BTW: we run coyote linux: http://www.coyotelinux.com from a floppy.
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Have you looked at http://www.coritel.it/coritel/ip/sofia/nat/nat2/nat2.htm for Netmeeting?
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looks perfect, but does it run from a floppy?

BTW: coyote linux does not have a native c++ compiler, so how do I get the c code into a module?

I increased the points a bit since it looks more difficult than I first thought
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Well it's a module, so if you can integrate it into your coyote firewall floppy thyen it ought to work.

Obviously you'll have to use a full Linux system to compile the source. And then you'll have to integrate that module into the Coyote boot image. I poked around on the coyote site but didn't see an explcit instructions for doing that. It looks like it's based on LRP, so there might be useful information at http://www.linuxrouter.org/
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I think this was mostly solved, but a complete solution can probably only be provided by the autors of the Coyote firewall.
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