We have got UK ADSL with multiple IPs to play nicely with m0n0wall with
many of our customers. A few clarification questions:
How are your IPs allocated, do you have a single address allocated to
the router/modem and then an additional block?
Who is your ISP?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mono at wiredplace dot com [mailto:mono at wiredplace dot com]
> Sent: 02 November 2005 11:16
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] Monowall in the UK with multiple IP's - Which
> Short Version:
> Which ADSL Modem should I get to use multiple IP addresses with
> in the UK?
> Long Version:
> I am currently looking to set up monowall with my ADSL connection,
> been reading through the archive trying to decide which ADSL modem to
> I'm slightly confused by the need for a bridge or half bridge modem
> whether any are suitable.
> The X-Modem CE seems to get recommended a lot, but it's not currently
> available and from the archive it appears that there is some question
> to whether it will work with multiple IP's. I'm assuming it's half
> The X-Modem isn't actually available at the moment either, although
> original X-Modem is as a refurb.
> The other problem seems to be that not all exchanges in the UK support
> modem running in bridge mode? Is this still true?
> Thanks for your help
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