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 From:  Tom Davidson <tom at dutmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  one WAN, two LAN, and one public VOIP server
 Date:  Sun, 26 Jun 2005 00:52:51 -0700 (PDT)
Hey, Ive been playing with m0n0wall for quite a while
now and just not figuring it out - i would appreciate
some pointers.

What I have is: PIII 350 w/128mb RAM and 128mb compact
flash with a RouterBoard 44 - 4 port 10/100 MDI/X
ethernet card and a RouterBOARD 14 - Four MiniPCI
slots. In the MiniPCI I have a 3com 10/100 and a athos
card that had worked with 1.2b7.

xl0 (the 3com) is labled as WAN
vr0 is labled as LAN
vr1 is labled as VOIP PBX
vr2 is labled as VOIP
vr3 is labled as LAN 2

I bridged the two LAN interfaces and it seems to work
well, but I want a filtered bridge for my VOIP PBX
interface to receive a public IP address along with
the WAN interface.

VOIP PBX is connected directly to my asterix box. MY
reason for do this is to open a massive # of ports for
the PBX and to access it from WAN with out NAT.

How do I do this? is the bridge with WAN the wrong
thing to do?