you don't need to bridge... Why don't you use your m0n0wall as ADSL
router? So I do and I also have a subnet assigned by my ISP
(220.127.116.11/27). My WAN Interface got an address assigned by the PPP
server of my ISP, my LAN Interface got the first IP of my subnet. The
only thing I had to do was, to allow all traffic from WAN to LAN and
LAN to WAN... Everything works fine, without bridging...
Am 12.04.2005 um 23:05 schrieb James Mellor:
> For the life of me I can't seem to work out how to setup M0n0wall to
> do NAT on LAN and route a public IP range to the OPT interface, I have
> read all the mail archive stuff and read the documentation. Here's the
> setup I am trying to get working:
> Public static IP range from my service provider is 18.104.22.168/28
> WAN <---- IP address: 22.214.171.124 with Gateway address:
> LAN <---- IP address: 192.168.0.1/24 private addresses setup to do NAT
> and DHCP server enabled
> OPT <---- IP address: 126.96.36.199-158 useable
> My ISP has given me a IP range 188.8.131.52/28, the first IP
> 184.108.40.206 is taken by my ADSL router, the second IP
> 220.127.116.11 I want assigned to the WAN and the rest I would like
> to assign to machines on the OPT interface.
> I know I could bridge the OPT and WAN interfaces however I have read
> that although I can enable filtering bridge and throttle inbound
> traffic I am unable to throttle outbound traffic for a specific IP
> address, another issue is that I would like the DHCP service to assign
> public IP's to machines on the OPT interface, from my understanding
> this would not be possible with OPT bridged with the WAN interface.
> So with all that said I'm more than a little confused, I'm borderline
> labotomising myself trying to work out how to get M0n0wall to do this
> for me.
> James Mellor.
> P.S. The most important thing for me is to use the DHCP server to
> assign public IP addresses to machines on my network and then throttle
> these machines upstream and downstream access to the internet.
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