Thanks for the replies, but I don't want to do actual bridging. I'm
talking about a pseudo-bridge that just uses static routing (instead of
subnetting) to determine which interface to send a packet to. Has anyone
done this setup before?
I think part of the problem is that I would need to be running choparp
on both the internal and external interfaces.
For reference, see http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.bridging.proxy-arp.html
Kevin R. Bullock
Internet Systems Designer and Administrator
Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse
University of Minnesota
>Tuesday, November 16, 2004, 10:29:36 AM, Harald Neuffer (neuf at lrs dot eei dot uni dash erlangen dot de) wrote:
>Actually M0n0wall DOES do filtered bridging which is exactly how I
>Filtered bridging is off by default but the option to turn it on is
>the second option on System/Advanced page.
>Once it's turned on (and you've set up your bridge in the Interfaces
>section) then you can apply incoming rules to the WAN interface
>and outgoing rules to the Bridged interface exactly as you would when
>running M0n0 was a NATed firewall.