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By toms ·
I am trying to configure a linux box that routes ipx to take the place of a novell router box. I'am not sure how to set it up.
Here is our current network setup- in building (a) we have a token-ring lan, building (a) has token-ring workstations, these workstations our hooked into a token-ring mau, from the token-ring mau, there is a cable that runs to building (b) where it gets hooked in to a novell server (acts as a router) that has a token-ring card and an ethernet card in it. The novell server, that acts as a router, gets hooked in to our main novell server and that is how the people in building (a) get to novell. I want to replace the one novell server thats acting as an ipx router. I have set up a linux box running redhat 6.0. I have the ethernet and token ring card in the box, and they both work, i also have ipxripd running. If i look at the ipx_route file on the linux box it has in it the ipx networks of the main novell server, but i still can not get to the main novell server from the token-

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by aharden In reply to linux ipx router

I've never done it, but instructions are here:
http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/IPX-HOWTO-8.html

Enjoy.

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by toms In reply to linux ipx router

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by gutridgesj In reply to linux ipx router

i agree with answer 1, did it work?

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