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|Originally Published: Monday, 28 August 2000||Author: A.Sleep|
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Linux for Newbies: Home Networking, Part 3, IP Masq
In this final home networking installment, we'll look at another option for our network: providing concurrent access to the Internet to any workstation on our LAN. In order to do this, our main Linux server must already be capable of linking to the Internet, as we covered in Part 8: "Connecting to the Internet".