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 From:  "Tim McCullagh" <timbo at halenet dot com dot au>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Fw: m0n0wall - Using Public IPs no NAT
 Date:  Wed, 17 Dec 2003 07:16:54 +1000
Hi All,

Can anyone point me as to why I can ping the IP 61.xxx.xxx.3 from the
203.xxx.xxx.xxx network, yet if I do a traceroute from 203.xxx.xxx.xxx  to
61.xxx.xxx.3 it returns

traceroute to 61.xxx.xxx.3 (61.xxx.xxx.3), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
 1  203.xxx.xxx.249 (203.xxx.xxx.249)  3.233 ms  3.474 ms  3.168 ms
 2  203.xxx.xxx.249 (203.xxx.xxx.249)  8.624 ms  6.799 ms  6.559 ms

Regards

Tim



To: <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 10:48 PM
Subject: m0n0wall - Using Public IPs no NAT


> Hi All
>
> Has anyone successfully used m0n0wall to route 2 networks together
>
> I have a situation like this
>
> Wan Interface    (sis1)
>
> Ip address      203.xxx.xxx.249
> Subnet         /27
> Gateway         203.xxx.xxx.228
>
> Lan Interface      (sis0)
>
> Ip address      61.xxx.xxx.1
> subnet        /25
>
> I have disabled NAT etc, yet when I try and access the web server on
> 61.xxx.xxx.14
> I end up with log entries like this
>
> 21:05:21.391833 sis0 @0:11 B 61.xxx.xxx.14,80 -> 203.xxx.xxx.226,2174 PR
tcp
> len 20 44 -AS IN
>
> Any idea what i have missed.   I have inserted firewall rules allowing any
> to any on both the LAN and WAN interfaces.  I can ping, traceroute via the
> m0n0wall device with out any difficulty, I just can't get the web server
to
> talk even though it does if I am on the same subnet.
>
> It is only a temporary solution while I replace some damaged hardware.
>
>
> TIA
>
> Tim
>