On Fri, 2 Sep 2005 17:34:57 -0400
Peter <peter at iwebsl dot com> wrote:
> I've read your post a couple times and I don't get why you're bridging. You don't need to bridge
the opt network to access the internet and you can NAT to let traffic to the opt network.
A valid question! Sorry for not being clear. This is how I
have this set up for testing. In the near future we will have a block
of public IPs that will look like:
[T1 bridge] -- [m0n0wall] -- (several local routers, 1 IP each)
So I can't really use NAT at the outside level if I want to let traffic
for each IP in.
- Steve Yates
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