NAT iptables – share internet connection and ip-number

NAT iptables – share internet connection and ip-number

Network Address Translation (NAT) means that one computer shares single
internet connection and single ip to many computers. Internet connection is
a critical part of network, so stability and
security make Linux and iptables an obvious choise for the sharing server.

This howto explains a complete
setup for internet connection sharing using free, standard tools: dhcpd and
iptables.

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