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 From:  Mike Zanker <mike at zanker dot org>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Disable NAT
 Date:  Tue, 24 May 2005 07:59:16 +0100
On 24/5/05 00:25, William wrote:

> There are several ways to do this, and several meanings of "clear IPs
> passing through".
> If you want to turn m0n0wall into a bridging firewall, that should be
> fairly simple.  I'm going to be doing it soon on one of our networks,
> and I'm not absolutely positive I have this right, so I'll post to the
> list and see if I'm being helpful or not - that way we both get advice
> :)
> 1) Disable NAT - Under Firewall/NAT/Outbound, Tick "Enable advanced
> outbound NAT", and don't add any rules.
> 2) Enable filtering bridge mode - Under System/Advanced, tick "Enable
> filtering bridge"
> 3) You may need to enable Proxy ARP on the WAN interface over your
> internal IP range, depending on your routing arrangements.
> 4) Add firewall rules as per normal.

If you just want to use public IP addresses with no outbound NAT you
only need to do 1) above. No need for 2) and 3). That's how I have it
working with my ADSL connection.