I haven't been able to find instructions how to do this so I'm going to ask
I'd like to use m0nowall as a DHCP server and firewall but without NAT. All
the ip addresses of the network setup are real, public ip addresses.
Basically my setup is as follows:
ISP's SDSL box, ip 80.xxx.xxx.1
m0nowall box, ip 80.xxx.xxx.2 (real, static, public ip)
switch 1 ip 80.xxx.xxx.3 (real, static, public ip)
switch 2 ip 80.xxx.xxx.4 (real, static, public ip)
switch 3 ip 80.xxx.xxx.5 (real, static, public ip)
The DHCP clients, ip address range 80.xxx.xxx.6-62, all are public ip addresses.
Now I've been trying to do this with m0no but without luck. The m0no box has two
NICs and is doing just fine if I use it like all those tutorials and
examples show I've found, which are basically one public ip and private net
behind NAT. However, if I try to use the 1:1 NAT, advanced outbound nat, proxy
ARP or whatever I am not able to even ping anything but the LAN side of the
Should the WAN and the LAN sides of the m0n0 box have different ip addresses in this case?
Should I enable 1:1 NAT, advanced outbound NAT or both? If I should enable
some of these features, what settings I should give to them?
Should I use proxy ARP and what exactly I should enter there?
I'm sorry if these questions are trivial but I am really confused here. I
promise if get this thing solved I shall write an example configuration with
pictures of this so others fighting with this shall not ask the same
Thanks in advance!
Hopeless in Oulu, Finland