Okay, I'm on a mission. I have a web server running on a PM7200/90 and am experiencing no problems with it. Nice!
I just setup a DNS server on my LCIII today and everything seems to be working very nicely indeed. Nice! x2
I have a Quadra 950 that I intend to run some type of server on, possibly a mail server, as soon as I complete my transceiver purchase. Nice! x3
Here's the phase that I'm tackling right now...
I have a source for a IIci that I'm wanting to run some sort of routing software on. Does anybody here use their Mac to route network traffic?
I could go out and buy a dedicated router from one of the many PC shops in town, but that just wouldn't have the same flair as a IIci.
Anyway, here's what I want to do:
I want to share the same IP address for all of my Internet servers so that they can all be accessed from the same IP address. This, obviously, will require the use of a router. However, I want to use an old IIci as my router. Can it be done? What do I need? How well will it work?
BTW: I'm beaming with enthusiasm and optimism. So, if the IIci is not capable of becoming a decent router, let me down easy... Please...