[PROXYPER] Re: [RC5-PROXYPER] Basic setup for LAN with a few machines

Ingrid Van de Velde ivandevelde at village.uunet.be
Mon Sep 7 12:27:32 EDT 1998


On Sun, 06 Sep 1998 23:52:02 +0100, Honk wrote:

>The IP address for your ethernet adapter on the machine with the dial up
>(the one with perproxy running) is the thing to use. While you are
>connected to the internet the machine should have 2 IP addresses, one
>for the ethernet adapter and one for the internet connection (Dial up
>adapter in Win 95/8).
>
>BTW, are you sure that IP address isn't 192.168.18.100? I understand
>that 192.168.#.# is the block reserved for private networks.
>
>Honk                     Email: honk at hopf.org
>                         PGP key on keyservers
>
>
>Phillip Chambers wrote:
>> 
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> This one is a bit basic but...
>> 
>> I downloaded the latest proxy, and set up etc, but I'm having trouble
>> getting the few machines I have connecting to my machine that has the
>> dial-up connection. I think I have to specify the IP address of my dial-up
>> machine in the keyserver box and the clients config? My question is how do I
>> find out/set this? I've tried using winipcfg to see, and it comes up with an
>> IP address of 194.168.18.100 for my ethernet adapter, but this doesn't seem
>> to be the thing to use?! (Using Win98, and the 2.71...etc...GUI clients by
>> the way)
>> 
>> Thanks for your help...
>> 
>> Phil Chambers, UK
>> 
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