On 6/30/05, Michael Lester <mlester at fastrans dot com> wrote:
> Our network consists of xx.xx.152.0 - xx.xx.155.255. My upstream
> provider has a Cisco router at xx.xx.152.1. This will be my m0n0 box's
> default gateway. The old network setup used two linux firewalls (one
> for internal, one for DMZ). The upstream Cisco splits incoming traffic
> between the two firewalls. It routes some traffic to xx.xx.152.2 and
> some to xx.xx.152.3. If I set my m0n0 box's WAN ip to be xx.xx.152.2, I
> lose all the traffic routed to xx.xx.152.3.
Change the upstream router. Proxy ARP on m0n0wall might suffice, but
there's no reason to leave the router in a state that is misconfigured
for your new topology.