[sf-lug] network set up

Alex Kleider a_kleider at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 2 18:40:40 PDT 2007

JOB OFFER: Network Setup

I have been struggling with networking using a Debian system and appear
to have hit an impasse.
Is there anyone who might be willing to serve as a consultant and tutor
to help me learn and set up (for payment of course.)?
My current set up is pretty standard for a home system:
ISP (sonic.net) providing adsl with dynamic IP via a modem.
Linksys WRT54G Wireless G Broadband Router connected to 
several Windows 2000 (some wirelessly connected) 
and linux desktop and laptop (one of each) both ethernet connected.
I've already set up an easydns.com account to provide ddns for my own
domain name (but haven't been able to figure out how to use it yet.)
My goal is to be able to access one or more systems remotely and
perhaps learn how to set up a server or two (mail, ftp) mainly to learn
the mechanism. 
I'm running bind9 and have configured it and _think_ that it is
providing DNS services for the host on which it is running but the
other computers can't seem to use it. 
The goal here is to learn; nothing "production" grade going on!

Is there anyone with the ability and willingness to make a few bucks in
"off hours?" My installation is in Redwood City very close to Hwy 101.

alex at kleider.net

alex at kleider.net

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