Hmm, I've tried that rule and quite a few different variations of it, but I
still can't get an IP via DHCP with my laptop, which is on the OPT1 network.
Could it be because the school's DHCP server is only the other side of
multiple routers (or bridges) that segment the network? For example, when I
plug in my laptop to the school's jack, there's a chance I could end up on
any of four different subnets, either 130.191.195.x, 130.191.196.x,
146.244.195.x, or 146.244.196.x, with the DHCP server at 220.127.116.11, and
each of those four subnets having either a router or bridge (I suspect
router) at .254.
From: Justin Ellison [mailto:justin at techadvise dot com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] Passing DHCP through a filtered bridge?
Try a rule on the WAN, that allows incoming traffic from the IP of your
DHCP as the source, ANY as the destination, destination ports of UDP 68
and source port of 67.
Off the top of my head, but that should do it.
On Tue, 2004-11-30 at 14:56 -0800, BD wrote:
> I figure this was a different enough subject to diverge from my
> previous e-mail about setting up a DHCP Relay. I have since changed
> m0n0wall to be a bridge- but that is not quite exactly what I want.
> When it is in bridge mode, the computers on the OPT1 side can receive
> IP address by the DHCP server on the other side of the WAN interface
> fine, but all of the traffic from the network connected to the WAN
> interface, of course, gets through. I tried to enable filtered
> bridging, and forwarded all of the IPs for the DHCP server and routers
> on the network hooked up to WAN onto OPT1, but then no computers on the
> OPT1 network can receive IP addresses anymore.
> Is there any way to pass through the DHCP packets between the WAN
> interface and the bridged OPT1 interface with filtering enabled? I'm
> not sure what type of rule I would have to add to allow this, or if it
> would be something completely different involving NAT or something
> else. I really want to keep away from setting up my own router/DHCP
> server and assigning 192.x or 10.x or whatever range to my computers if
> I can use my school's DHCP server instead. Does anyone have any ideas?
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