We use m0n0wall to set up a VPN within our consulting client's LAN, as
well as limit our consultants' WAN (client's LAN) access to only the
client's external HTTP proxy.
They can't give us viruses; we can't infect them either. But we can
respect their no wireless policy and maintain access to the internet.
>On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 10:40:41 -0400, Jorma Spaziano
><jspaziano at mileshealthcare dot org> wrote:
>> Actually I didn't think you could do that other than in test
>> multilevel networks.
>Correct, but some ISP's do dumb things like assigning private IP's to
>customers and NAT'ing inside their network.