On 12/23/05, InTheMood <inthemood at gmx dot net> wrote:
> following scenario:
> there are two public ip adresses. both should be targeted to the
> monowall pc.
> both adresses should be able to establish a vpn session. packages to
> adress A must be
> forwared as following:
> every incoming request on ip A and port 80 -> forwarded to pc number 1,
> and every incoming request on ip A and port 25 -> forwarded to pc number 2
> public ip adress A: things mentioned as above and openVPN connections
> public ip adress B: only openVPN connections
> the m0n0wall pc has two NIC's. but i think for this scenario i'll need 3
> (2 WAN NIC's, 1 LAN NIC)
> right? or is there a way to do the job only with two?
> hope for some help
You can only have 1 WAN nic with m0n0. I do not think you can have 2
ip addresses for the openVPN...I have not used openVPN but have used
pptp / ipsec in m0n0.
I would suggest using the WAN ip for VPN, and set up the other IP for
for a DMZ setup for your servers.