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 From:  stha at tiscali dot dk
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Outbound NAT to disable NAT ?
 Date:  Mon, 17 Oct 2005 21:52:42 +0200
I have the following setup :

ISP ADSL2+ line
Linksys WAG354G modem/router (WAN:static public IP, LAN Static IP
M0n0wall (WAN: static, LAN
|        (LAN-side is DHCP server -
PC's and VOIP adaptors (192.168.0.x)

This setup uses 2xNAT routing, and this causes trouble for the VOIP-adaptors.
The M0n0wall is used for the "traffic shaping" feature for VOIP-traffic.

I want to use single NAT-routing. Could this be done with a "static route"
in the WAG354G and disable NAT in the M0n0wall ?

If yes, how do I configure this ?

Is this right?
In the WAG354G: Static route #1
Destination IP Address :
Subnet Mask:
Gateway: static public IP at the WAN-side of the WAG354G
Hop Count: 1

In the M0n0wall:
Enable Outbound NAT : yes
No defined rules in the Outbound NAT-section.

Hope you can help me