Quoting Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>:
> On 6/3/05, Daniel Foster <dan at melbourne dot co dot uk> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I thought someone was going to come back and say that!
> > Its *not* filtered bridge that I want, I need the subnet on OPT1 to be
> different to the subnet on EXT, I hope my initial question explained that?
> Just set it up exactly the same way you'd set up an interface with
> private IP's, except enable advanced outbound NAT so everything
> outbound doesn't get NAT'ed.
> Or, if you want, leave a private subnet on the OPT1 side and 1:1 NAT
> it. It'd be less trouble to leave public IP's on OPT1, so you don't
> have to put in a bunch of 1:1.
Is there any way to do the same thing that Daniel asked, but also with NAT'ed
LAN interface with private addresses? Basically I have one public static IP
address for WAN interface (XXX.XXX.XXX.134), I have public XXX.XXX.YYY.32/29
subnet for hosting web and mail server (would be an OPT1 interface), and I have
LAN subnet for office workstations. I want mail and web servers to be
accessible from both outside and from LAN. Can that be done without using 1:1?
Right now I have FreeBSD machine doing all that with no problems, but I really
like m0n0wall's WebGUI for VPN stuff.
Thanks for a good product again.