See the token ring section at http://www.ans.com.au/~czar. Although written
with LRP in mind, I think this is still applicable for devil-linux setup.
Just adopt/amend where appropriate.
Hope it helps.
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> I am looking for something just like devil linux. I want to create a
> firewall/router etc. between a tokenring network (goes to the outside
> world eventually) and a small ethernet network (my domain).
> Does Devil support this configuration? That is, are the ibm_tr drivers
> on the cd or could they be added?
> I know tokenring, ugh. I don't control that side of the world and we
> are slowly changing over but there are some drawbacks to the way the
> ethernet is going to be implemented (Dynamic IPs). I want fixed IP's so
> I can access parts of the network from outside. The tokenring network
> is set up with fixed IP's to each machine.
> Help appreciated
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