|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] routiong tools on debian or mint?
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Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] routiong tools on debian or mint?
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I need to put another fit/pc into a business and I'm trying not to tear
apart the entire MINT distribution and rewrite it in order to do 3 basic
I don't see the any tools for setting routing or gateways for the mint
OS. Am I missing something?
I also see no admin tool to turn on port fowarding and I've rebuilt
BIND9 from scratch and I'm still not
sure that it is function correctly. All it says when it starts is that
it is building empty zones.
I thought debian was easier than this.
Also, I have an intereting problem. I need eth0 to pic up its IP
address from the cable router though, I asume, DHCPCD
how can I do that with a non-static IP address.