Connecting Two Remote Local Networks
Sometimes we need to connect two or more geographically distrubuted ethernet networks to one broadcast domain. There can be two different office networks of some company which uses smb protocol partially based on broadcast network messages. Another example of such situation is computer cafes: a couple of computer cafes can provide to users more convinient environment for playing multiplayer computer games without dedicated servers.
Both sample networks in this article need to have one *nix server for bridging. Our networks can be connected by any possible hardware that provides IP connection between them.
(Submitted by Alexey Kovyrin Mon Apr 10, 2006 )
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