CU-SeeMe and Linux IP-Masquerading now functional

Bill Woodland (wcw@bga.com)
Fri, 16 May 1997 19:37:38 -0500


Michael sent this to me...I thot some of you might be interested:

>Date: Fri, 16 May 1997 09:42:30 -0500
>From: "Michael A. Owings" <mikey@waste.com>
>Organization: W. A. S. T. E.
>To: wcw@bga.com
>Subject: CU-SeeMe and Linux IP-Masquerading now functional
>
>I have recently fixed Linux IP-Masquerade support for CU-SeeMe.
>
>IP-Masquerading allows a single linux box to act as a gateway for
>multiple workstations on a lan. The LAN workstations need not have
>real (routed) IP addresses -- the Linux box will automatically act as a
>sort of proxy for any LAN applications accessing the internet. This
>proxying is actually transparent to the application and user (unlike
>socks, wingate,TIS, etc, which require that the client understand how
>to deal with a particular proxy service). IP-Masquerading also occurs
>at the kernel level, and is therefore far more efficient than other
>proxy technologies -- and, of course, it is free.
>
>Point your browser to:
>
>http://www.waste.com/vc/ipmcus.htm
>
>for more details.
>
>

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