On 11/12/05, mono at spectratechnology dot net <mono at spectratechnology dot net> wrote:
> I want to run a mail server on OPT1 network using a public IP. That same
> public IP is my second and last one. I only have 2 :( Anyway, I want to
> be sure that when the traffic comes in it comes in on that IP and get
> passed over to that specific computer that I want to give a private IP to,
> such as 10.168.8.100. When email traffic goes out it ought to show that it
> came from that particular public IP such that the reverse DNS holds true
> and my emails aren't rejected.
> I will need to run web servers and others off that 2nd IP as well.
> From my reading, I suspect that I need to do Server NAT, inbound and
> outbound. Is that correct ? Will m0n0 handle such a situation ?
Yes, server NAT + inbound NAT to open the ports on that second IP
inbound, and outbound NAT to map the mail server to that second IP for
> What settings must I make to pull this off ?
add the second IP to server NAT, and then in Inbound NAT add the
appropriate stuff. In Outbound, add a rule to map the mail server to
the second IP, and a rule to map everything else to the WAN's IP.