Subject: Re: Forwarding?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Ball <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/09/2007 05:31:51
dM> Either 192.168.3.129 is not on-subnet for almond's
> Ethernet, and the address tinman resolves to isn't on
> -subnet either, or someone has broken proxy arp in
> the version you have.
> Your initial email shows almond has having
> 192.168.0.254 on its Ethernet, with no subnet mask
> specified and thus probably a /24, and tinman at
> 192.168.0.129 (not .3.129).
That's my fault. When I first set up the link, my hope was
to have the link between tinman and almond as part of the
same subnet (192.168.0.n/24) as the 10baseT LAN that almond
connects to. To make SLIP work, I eventually moved to
Mihai Chelaru has very kindly provided an ipnat setup that
enables tinman to access the Internet via almond. I have yet
to invest the time needed to wrap my head around how this
works. I may set up another machine with SLIP using the same
subnet as the LAN so that I can have another go at proxy-arp
without breaking tinman's current configuration.
- Andy Ball