From: Nickola Kolev (nikky_at_mnet.bg)
Date: Fri 12 Sep 2003 - 19:37:43 BST
For the sake of brevity, lets not argue is this the right mailing list. Why
dont you try lartc.org, there are quite a lot examples and a fine tutorial for
such setups, too.
You may have a look at this: www.linux-ip.net, and especially at this one:
P.S. At the end, I'm really wondering why should someone want to use a
virtual server for this?
On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 10:30:33 +0200 (CEST)
: A collegue of mine put up the following question, is it possible to use two (or
: more) DSL Connections at once with one PC? IN short this boils down to the
: question if it is possible to simulate an internet in one PC.
: The idea is as follows, one host that has two network cards (eth0, eth1) with
: fixed IP numbers and a vserver. The vserver accesses the host via a gateway IP
: number that allows the vserver only to access the host.
: When a request for a data packet is made from the vserver, the request is
: processed by the host and it inturn sends off the request into the WWW on both
: netwoks cards (DSL connections) simultaniously. Answers may come back both ways
: and are processed and send on to the vserver. - The host somehow acts like an
: ISP with multiple lines to send requests back and forth.
: Does this work in practice?
: Is it possible to simulate the WWW / IN in small - a PC bekomming an Access