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maslan



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maslan
hi guys
i've 2 boxs 1 running freebsd 5.4 has intel pro 100 built-in card connecting it to the internet using this setting:
ip : 10.0.0.5
gateway: 10.0.0.2
subnet: 255.255.255.0
and i bought a realtek 8139 100 mb ethernet card and attached it to the freebsd box.
the other box is running windows xp and also has a realtek card, it previously used internet connection sharing on windows xp.
but now i need to share the internet connecion of freebsd box on the windows xp box.
note:
the 2 boxes r connected by cross-over cable.
the network between 2 boxes can be setted up as i need (any ip , ...)
so any hints on how to do that...

btw i tried to built a routing table but the ping failed for the winxp box and succeed on internet gateway 10.0.0.2

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