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 From:  Christiaens Joachim <jchristi at oce dot be>
 To:  "'Rob Tucker'" <rtucker at decalmods dot com>, m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall] m0nowall development.
 Date:  Sat, 6 Dec 2003 12:43:57 +0100
Evryone wanting to contribute, with paragraphs or without, is my friend :-)

I can't help you on the IPSec question, but I have 2 m0n0wall's running
(both 4501's from soekris):

-between the corporate LAN and showroom of a client (about 20 clients in the
(about 1 year)

-between the corporate LAN and 2 WAN connections (international corporate
and some supplier of services) Particularly this one is heavely used (about
250 clients running AS/400 sessions -telnet-, exchange and domino
replications, FTP transfers and HTTP, SQL synchronization to SAP, SAP GUI
connections, DataMirror, progress etc...)
(about 2 months)

I haven't had any problems since reading up on NAT.

P.S. As soon as I have a dev system and able to adjust the DHCP server
(multiple scopes), the WAN and Showroom m0n0wall's will be DHCP server to
all LAN and Showroom clients...

-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Tucker [mailto:rtucker at decalmods dot com]
Sent: vrijdag 5 december 2003 19:36
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: [m0n0wall] m0nowall development.

First I just wanted to say thank you to Manuel and all of the other
contributors to the m0n0wall project. I myself am beginning to develop
m0n0wall for my current employer. We were looking for a nice embedded
firewall/router/gateway system and why invent the wheel so we wanted to
use m0n0wall as a start to fill our needs. No reason to reinvent the
wheel when the wheel already works so well. I was wondering if there
have been any advancements to the package from what was listed in the
wishlist. The main one I would be interested in would be the dhcp lease
status page. Along with that I am going to develop a system for adding
real static ip address to a list then a nice interface to nat them 1:1
to a dhcpd address. If anyone else would find this to be a useful
feature then contact me and my company and myself would be more than
happy to contribute it. A few questions that I had are does anyone have
any info as far as stability goes when having 30-50 clients connected to
the machine. And also as far as clients connecting to ipsec vpn
connections. We are a company that handles broadband access for hotels
so the ipsec issue is an important one. Thanks Manuel and crew for such
a great project, and I hope to start adding some useful contributions

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