> I would like to configure a second m0n0wall router behind the
> first one. The physical connection to the second m0n0wall is
> the LAN of the first m0n0wall
> - 10.0.0.0/24. The WAN interface of this second m0n0wall
> needs to be one of the public ip addresses in my address
> range - let's say 188.8.131.52.
I'm not sure I quite understand why you'd want to do this? Adding extra
routers in front of your internet connection is just adding extra latency. 2
m0n0walls are no better than one given the scenario you painted.
The only times I can see where 2 m0n0walls are useful is in dual-WAN
If you really did want to do as your scenario suggests, you could plug the
second m0n0 into an OPT interface on the first box on a filtered bridge with
WAN. That way you could give your 2nd box a public IP.
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