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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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10.12 Building a gateway router

A Debian host can be an all-purpose gateway machine that does Network Address Translation (NAT, also known as masquerading), mail transfer, DHCP, DNS caching, HTTP proxy caching, CVS service, NFS serving, and Samba serving. See Hosts and IP to use for LAN, Section 3.1.9 for the example of such set up.


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