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 From:  James Mellor <james at jamesx dot com>
 To:  Tim Korves <tkml at cluster dash worxx dot net>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Public IP's on OPT issue, my Brain hurts - please help ;-)
 Date:  Wed, 13 Apr 2005 19:31:38 +0100
Hi Tim,

You mean you setup m0n0wall to have the same public IP address on the 
WAN as on the OPT and you had computers on the OPT interface connecting 
to the internet with public IP's from the same assignment.


Cheers, James...

Tim Korves wrote:

> Hi James,
>
> you're able to set the same IP to your OPT interface. My former 
> provider assigned a /29 to me, where the internal and external 
> interface had the same IP... You could do it in the same way as I've 
> done it.
>
> Regards, Tim
>
> Am 13.04.2005 um 19:15 schrieb James Mellor:
>
>> Thanks Tim,
>>
>> I'll definately try that out when I've sorted out my routing issue.
>>
>> Problem I have is that the WAN interface has an IP assigned from the 
>> same /28 range as I want to give to computers on my network, I don't 
>> mind losing an interface, but I need to use DHCP to assign IP's from 
>> my /28 range to computers on my network then throttle their upstream 
>> and downstream connection to the internet.
>>
>> I don'w know what subnet to assign to each interface so that out of 
>> my /28 range the WAN has one IP and the rest are available to my 
>> machines on another interface without NAT or bridging, you may have 
>> quessed I'm not too up on my IP addressing and stuff ;-)
>>
>> Cheers, James....
>>
>>
>> Tim Korves wrote:
>>
>>> Hi James,
>>>
>>> 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 
>>> (194.77.75.96/27). 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...
>>>
>>> Greets, Tim
>>>
>>> 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 212.158.246.144/28
>>>>
>>>> WAN <---- IP address: 212.158.246.146 with Gateway address: 
>>>> 212.158.246.145
>>>>
>>>> LAN <---- IP address: 192.168.0.1/24 private addresses setup to do 
>>>> NAT and DHCP server enabled
>>>>
>>>> OPT <---- IP address: 212.158.246.147-158 useable
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> My ISP has given me a IP range 212.158.246.144/28, the first IP 
>>>> 212.158.246.145 is taken by my ADSL router, the second IP 
>>>> 212.158.246.146 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.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Cheers,
>>>>             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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>>
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