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> Dhcp, Apache And Ip Aliasing, cant access from other computer
hampeh
post Mar 1 2005, 12:48 AM
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Hi guys,

need some guide on how to enable the ip aliasing for my office network... i've installed fedora core2... the current office LAN setup is dhcp(ip range from 172.16.x.x)... I've created virtual hosts using eth0:1 (192.168.1.100) and even add the route -host x.x.x.x dev eth0:1, managed to ping the ip from the linux box... im not sure how to forward the ip so that other network can access it... there is no problem accessing the assign host for the linux box, only the virtual hosts.

guide that im using... http://tech.irt.org/articles/js160/#3 (multiple website on your network).
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post Mar 3 2005, 07:41 AM
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Hello,

I've got a something that is what you are trying to do right here , check it out.

http://en.tldp.org/HOWTO/ISP-Setup-RedHat-HOWTO-4.html

4.6 Enable multiple IP addresses

4.7 Configure DNS

4.8 Configure httpd

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ps.: if you can ping the virtual ip from a external computer than you are going into the right direction


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