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Old 12th November 2009, 04:06
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Default Network connection on CENTOS 5.4

Ok guys. I have this complicated setup.

Internet --> cable modem---> wireless router ---> RTP VOIP router ---> eth0 of my dell poweredge 1850 server.

I disabled the dhcp of bother routers and configure my server to handle the dhcp. I tried to configure the server to handle the DNS but I wasnt sure if I did the configuration right. I used webmin to do this.. so if you know how to configure DNS with webmin, please help.

Now, I want to configure the second ethernet card (eth1) to work for LAN only. So based on the diagram I showed above where shoud I plug in my switch?

Will a cable go from the eth1 to the switch and then another cable from the switch to which router?

if anyone can help with this complex matter, please I will appreciate it.
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