I have the following setup:
N computers (static IP) --eth--> Wireless router <--wlan-- M computers (dynamic IP)
- The computers are running either Ubuntu 14.04 or Windows 10
- The Router is a Linksys WRT 1900 ACS
Now one of the M computers has a connection to the internet and has been given a static IP by my provider; and for various reasons, it is inconvenient to connect an ethernet cable to the router's Internet port. This computer is going to be running Ubuntu 14.04.
Is it possible to configure the network such that all internet bound traffic to the router is routed through the computer with the internet connection? The primary use for the N computers on the internal network is to run code on Github, so they need to be able to ssh to Github as well as access the apt-repositories. (Edit)
I haven't found any instructions for doing this that quite matches my setup (either the network topology is different or the OS is), and I am not so confident in my abilities that I am willing to dive into the process of changing settings just to test (there is quite a large penalty if I get this irrevocably wrong). Thanks!