Subject: MacBSD as a router
To: None <>
From: Thomas Vanco <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 04/19/1994 07:02:24
	I'm thinking of setting up MacBSD as a router, if possible.  What 
I'd like to do is route a slip IP connection (14.4K) through a IICX 
running MacBSD and out through the IICX's ethernet card.  I have drivers 
from a kind soul out there, but I haven't tried anything with BSD yet 
until I hear from you guys that this can be done.  Is it possible to 
route through Unix like I want to do?  If so, I want the oher macs on the 
network running MacTCP 2.0.4 to be able to access the Internet through 
the IICX If this can't be done, please tell me now.

	Thanks a whole lot,
		Tom Vanco
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