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not a router
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: not a router
- From: Bob Ababurko <ababurko_(_at_)_adelphia_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Sat, 04 Sep 2004 22:56:27 -0400
I have these Solaris roots and I am loving the openBSD experience so
far. The only problem is that since everything in Solaris is more
difficult than necessary, I always think that I am not doing something that
needs to be done. Point in question....I am going to be installing another
NIC in my box and am wondering if I need to do anything to make sure that
the box is not going to act like a router? Reading the
Documentation(FAQ) leads me to think that will not happen unless I edit
/etc/sysctl.conf or use the syctl command.
btw, what is the main source of online(www) documentation? or is it
man? Are here any defacto OpenBSD sites that anyone can recommend?
Also, I remember in FreeBSD, when you have a second NIC installed in a
box, the netmask cannot be the same as the default interface netmask. Are
there any such issues in OpenBSD?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.