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i have a server that connects thru a proxy to the internet. i have installed a second network and i want to share the internet with computers that are on a different ip range than the main network. Any ideas or help would be great!!
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It all depends on how much money you wanna invest in this..

You could buy a Pix firewall or a simple router with 3 interfaces. put all 3 connection on different interfaces, and route de traffic between them..
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by:Yan_west
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Would work like this..

Network 1-----
                   PIX-----Internet
Network 2-----

After, using ACL, you could control/restric access to any part of the network, on any address/port you want..
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Or, if you are cheap, download and install clarkconnect on a low-end pc with 3 nics -- or if you are really CHEAP, use MS-ICS :)

-Bjorn
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by:haani
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y dont u try installing a different proxy server thru a different port and that port can be used by the second network. shud work with may differnt proxies
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wanna be really cheap?  put a linksys router or similar between the proxied network and your new lan, turn on routing.  should be too much more latency for an extra hop

:)
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or, you can put a second NIC in your existing server, set it to the IP range of the second network, and use it as the gateway for the second segment.
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all the answers are technically correct and reasonably creative.....have fun, TheLearnedOne....my standard recommendation, kill it with no points awarded
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