donderdag 27 oktober 2005, 14:15:12, schreef u:
> Currently, there is no support in Monowall for multiple WAN connections...
> The best way I can think of (off the top of my head) is to set up two
> monowall machines. Both can be connected to the same back-end networks, as
> long as all your addressing is static. For the devices to be hosted, just
> have their default gateway set to the SDSL monowall's IP address.
> It might be possible to connect both up in the manner you are talking about
> if the SDSL is passed as a simple static IP Address... But, it wouldn't be
> useful for much... Traffic would always be routed out the WAN interface
> regardless. The two firewall scenario is much better all around.
Ok, thanks for the input, I'll just buy another box and go with the 2
GW, 2 firewall setup.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pieterjan Heyse [mailto:pieterjan dot heyse at scheppers dash wetteren dot be]
> Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2005 4:24 AM
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] Please advice
> Hello m0n0wall dudes&dudettes,
> I would like to have some advice on my new m0n0wall setup.
> |-------------|---CABLE WAN (wan)
> LAN1(lan)---| M0N0 |
> |-------------|---SDSL WAN (opt3)
> I have 2 internet connections, one I will use for browsing the
> internet & general purpose, the SDSL connection will be used for
> hosting services.
> Is it possible configure m0n0 in such a way that LAN1&2 use the CABLE
> for default GW and the DMZ uses SDSL as a default GW ?
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