Subject: RE: Broadcast accross Interfaces
To: None <>
From: Sumit Pandya <>
List: tech-net
Date: 02/18/2002 19:46:22
Greeting Again,
	If I put a Remote Access Server(RAS) insteed of NetBSD box, then It get my
problem solved. But that is expensive solution. I'd be pleased if someone
give me links of perfect RAS kind of Implementation using NetBSD, to achieve
my task. I'd be happy even with one side udp broadcast forward, i.e. not
having vice-versa traffic(from windows2 to windows1).
-- Sumit

-----Original Message-----
From: Sumit Pandya []
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 12:27 PM

Hi All,
	I accept lots of reply with "NO". But here what I wanted to achieve with
this dangerous option is not going to be forwarded out of my WAN. So the
Internet is not going to flooded.
	ASCII is best way for explaination :-)

+----------+          +---------+           +---------+
| Windows2 |--------- | NetBSD  |-----------|Windows1 |
+----------+      ppp0+---------+le0        +---------+

      Now can I forward a broadcasted UDP message from Windows1 to Windows2
and vice-versa? Does sysctl -w net.inet.ip.directed-broadcast going to help
in this? I want to clear one more point here, that there could be many PPP
connection to my NetBSD box, depending on number of employees connected to
my organization LAN via PPP WAN.
	Please guide me for setting up IP/Netmask and routing table to achieve