Peter van den Heuvel writes:
> > CIPE seems to be a bit like CISCO - given a working config you can easily
> > modify it to what you want it to do - but you need to know a lot more to
> > setup a config from scratch...
> You simply enter other and local private IP, other and local public
> IP+port in the options file, load the module and are done.
> Realy I would not know how to make any simpler. It even does come with
> example configs.
I suspect the real problem is the documentation ... info is an opaque
format for people who don't like menu trees.
(I've been a GNU emacs user since the first release in 1985, but to
this day I detest info. I think CIPE would be well served to have its
primary documentation in a more accessible format.)
Dick St.Peters, stpeters,AT,NetHeaven,DOT,com
Gatekeeper, NetHeaven, Saratoga Springs, NY
Oldest Internet service based in the Adirondack-Albany region