In message <baa2bdd9050609163142845e2f at mail dot gmail dot com>, Gary Barclay
<badimba at gmail dot com> writes
>On 09/06/05, Gary Barclay <badimba at gmail dot com> wrote:
>> Has anyone got this combination working with a m0n0 box?
>> I have trawled through the lists and found mention of a patch that
>> changes the routing to use an int rather than IP? Has this been
>> implemented into m0n0 or is still required?
>Still trying to get this to work.
>Anyone got any suggestions, tricks, advice?
>Doesn't seem to be an unreasonable thing to do but not getting the
>result I want.
>I've read on the web that the dhcp server passes the lan address
>first, then a few minutes later, the wan address.
>Anyone confirm this?
I used to have my router working that way on my Origo router before I
got a /29. This is known as PPP Half-Bridged mode. The router would
lease it's WAN IP address to the firewall. I had this working for a
long time on IPCop, then I switched to m0n0wall where it worked for
quite a while. I then started having problems, switched back to NAT
mode on the router and then applied for a /29.
Never tried it on a D-Link. I did have a DSL-500T for a short while but
that didn't even support half-bridged mode so I swapped it for the
Neil A. Hillard E-Mail: neil at dana dot org dot uk