On 1/5/06, Aaron with Morad <aaronc at morad dot ab dot ca> wrote:
> Thanks Chris. If I understand right I could take my OPT interface, use one
> of the /27 as it's address. Then use that as the gateway for the public
> addressed machines.
> How, then, can I use the 1:1 NAT for the privates on
> the same interface?
Go to the 1:1 tab on the NAT screen and set them up one by one.
> Wouldn't I need another IP in the interface for the
> private gateway?
No, not since those IP's are being routed to your WAN's IP. Even if
they weren't, it would work with proxy ARP.
> Also, won't the public machines still be NATed back to the
> WAN address of m0n0?
No, 1:1 NAT always maps the one private IP to the one public IP,
inbound and outbound.