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 From:  John Smith <qwik999 at yahoo dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Public IP's on LAN
 Date:  Sun, 2 Nov 2003 08:20:16 -0800 (PST)
Yoour problem seems in routing instead of firewall
ruleset. You may want to give this setup a try:
on WAN interface:
IP address:             64.xxx.28.198
subnet mask:  
default gateway:        64.xxx.28.197

then on LAN interface
LAN subnet:
IP:     64.xxx.26.177

All the clinets on the LAn subnet should get (through
DHCP or static)
LAN subnet:
Starting IP:     64.xxx.26.178
default gateway: 64.xxx.26.177

Disablle NAT,

The default ruleset should work.

Good Luck

--- Aaron Robinson <aaron at robinson dot net> wrote:
> I asked this once before, but I don't think I
> understood well.
> I am using PB19 and have just gotten my IP space.  I
> am trying to 
> figure out how I can use m0n0wall to route real
> IP's. I have disabled 
> NAT (turned on advanced with no IP's) created a
> bunch of different 
> firewall rules in trying to get it to work. I can't
> seem to figure it 
> out.  I really don't know much IP but I'm trying to
> learn. Is there 
> anyone who would be willing to point me further
> along? This is my IP 
> information.
> IP address:             64.xxx.28.198
> subnet mask:  
> gateway address:        64.xxx.28.197
> LAN IP Addresses (if any)
> -------------------------
> LAN subnet:
> Starting IP:     64.xxx.26.176
> First Usable IP: 64.xxx.26.178
> Thanks!
> Aaron
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