Road Runner How-To
Kevin has a great webpage that explains how to set up Road Runner
Cable Modem service with a Linux Box. Very informative and has
so great info.
Internet Naming System
TZO for Linux works with any Dynamic or Static IP address and gives
you a Static domain name to use. TZO allows you to run your server.
5 Star Rating from Linuxberg!
RedHat Linux RR How-To
Another small site that talks about using RedHat Linux with the
popular Road Runner Cable Modem Service.
This is one of the Top
notch websites around! This site has all the great software
Robert has done such a nice job on his site, even
Red-Hat directs people to his website for information! Truly
one of the best Linux-Firewall-Security sites around!
IP Masquerading Resource
This website is one of the best overall resources on IP masquerading.
Tons of Links and updated frequently! A one-stop-shop for A
to Z on IP Masquerading with Linux!
This is a great site to start with if you want to run your own DNS.
Part of the LDP, this has some really basic DNS theory and get's you
up and running
on Port Forwarding for Linux
A nice little site that talks about IP-forwarding or port forwarding
for Linux. This site is small but to the point.
This website is the best overall resource for anything to do with
Linux. The LDP is a combined effort by thousands and thousands
of people trying to help the Open Source movement!
and SMC Network
has steps to configure a SMC EtherEZ (8416) NIC card for use by Linux,
discusses the use of isapnp to configure a Plug-and-Play enabled card,
and configuration using the netcfg tool.
Linux Ethernet Drivers
You may have trouble getting your Ethernet Network adapter going with
your cable modem. You should check to see if you have the latest
Linux Ethernet drivers for your NIC.
RR Linux Login Info
Phillip has one of the most informative and useful cable modem sites
on the Net. He also has a nice bit of info on Road Runner and
This site has some really useful links to setting up your cable modem
on certain Cable Providers like Mediaone, @Home, and More. Part
of the Linux Documentation Project.
The NAT page has tons of information all about NAT (Network Address
Translation) and also has some great links for finding NAT software.
Karns Linux RR How-to
Phil has put together a how-to on using Road Runner in San Diego with
his Linux Box. Phil also has some great info on Cable Modems
and PPTP as well.
Johannes has put together a small and fairly basic list of links for
Linux and Cable Modems. Other links on the website are useful for
general cable modem information.
Networking - Basics
This site is great for someone just learning the Linux Networking
ropes. Information on all the standard networking commands for
Share The Net software for Linux
allows you to share an Internet connection and offers a DHCP server
and Web Based Administration. Got a GET-IT from Winfiles.com.
Linux LDP How-To
This site has some really useful links to setting up your ADSL modem
with Linux. This site is part of the Linux Documentation Project.
Jason has put together a great site for any @Home user that wants
to connect their Linux box to the @Home Cable Network.
Floppy Disk Router
The Edge Router is single floppy Linux based masquerading firewall
for cable connections. Similar to the Linux Router project
A really informative site for any RR user that wants to connect their
Linux box to the Road Runner Cable Network. Great FAQ and RRLogin
Complete "how to" install linux and route your cable modem to all
users on your network using ipchains.
Try this sister of Tucows site for all the BEST Linux applications.
Both Console and X Apps available.
Try Freshmeat for the biggest and best Linux
News and Apps. Both Console and X Apps available.
Apps and Utilities
This site has some great software for Linux. It's been around
since 1995 and offers lots of Apps for Linux
This site has all the great software for Linux. It's another
one to visit along the search for the greatest Linux Apps.
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