On 6/15/05, Justin Wilson <j2sw at mtin dot net> wrote:
> I have been diving through the FAQs, and archives but have been a little
> unsuccessful in finding out if and how I can do what I want to do.
> Currently I am using Monowall as a gateway on a wireless network. I want
> to be able to assign both public and private Ips to the inside network.
> Currently monowall is dishing out 192.168.10.x ips. I want to be able to
> statically assign on a machine a public IP and have it routed through
> monowall. The Public Ips would not be DHCP, but assigned manually.
Easiest way, since you aren't going to have everything with public
IP's, is probably to statically assign a private IP (or use DHCP
reservations) to those hosts and use 1:1 NAT.