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This site was put together due to all the questions centered around IP Masquerading with Corel Linux. However, there's no telling exactly where this will lead to. I don't plan on being a replacement for the HOWTO's and FAQ's, I just felt there was a need for some detailed, graphically oriented documentation / examples.

I read everything I could get my hands on when I first purchased Corel Linux Deluxe. My main goal was to set it up as a proxy for 4 other machines in my office. After reading all the HOWTO's and FAQ's, I still didn't have it setup properly. Next, I purchased 3 other versions of Linux and tried those; SuSE 6.3, TurboLinux Workstation 4.0, and RedHat 6.1. I tried everyone of these packages and NONE could compare to the ease of use and setup as COREL had shown me.

Third Party Submissions

If anyone else out there wants to submit some step-by-step guides with graphics, please feel free. You can send them to me at techsupp@helpconsulting.net

Tips and Tricks Guides

Title

Submitted by

Date

Updated

IP Masquerading w/ Corel Linux (Dial-up)

Ken Knight
(techsupp@helpconsulting.net)

Jan. 31, 2000

Feb. 7, 2000

Setting up Win9x for IP Masquerading

Ken Knight
(techsupp@helpconsulting.net)

Jan. 31, 2000

Feb. 7, 2000

Modem Dies connecting to ISP

Ken Knight
(techsupp@helpconsulting.net)

Feb. 7, 2000

Giving yourself a Static IP

Ken Knight
(techsupp@helpconsulting.net)

Jan. 31, 2000

Setting up Corel as a DHCP Server

Ken Knight
(techsupp@helpconsulting.net)

Feb. 7, 2000

Dial-up ISP when Booting Corel Linux

Ken Knight
(techsupp@helpconsulting.net)

Feb. 14, 2000