On Nov 1, 2005, at 5:47 PM, Chris Buechler wrote:
> Your LAN and WAN IP's are on the same subnet. Routers and firewalls
> don't work in that type of scenario. A single IP subnet must be on
> only one interface.
Ah, I suspected this might be an issue with my haphazard collection
of networking knowledge ;-)...
> Bridging should work well for this type of setup, if you don't have
> any NAT hosts involved at all. there are other alternatives with 1:1
> NAT or other types of NAT if you don't care whether the public IP is
> on the actual system.
I am trying to avoid the 1:1 NAT scenario, so bridging seems like my
best option. I went through the docs and found a nice example setup,
but it refers to an "OPT" interface that I don't see available in the
admin. Is there something I need to do to make this appear under
Thanks again for your help.