On 1/6/06, Tim Cary <TDC at yesinc dot com> wrote:
> I have an entire block of IP addresses assigned to me by my ISP, for my
> they provide a default gateway and routing for the public IP addresses.
> intent for the M0n0Wall was to use as a router for my LAN (providing a
> firewall and NAT private lan), and the third interface as a DMZ port
> with the WAN port
Unfortunately, that's not possible.
If you don't need public IP's directly on the DMZ systems, you could
use 1:1 NAT with a private IP subnet on the DMZ. Or you could use a
second firewall for just the bridging. Or if you could get your ISP
to route that public IP block to you, you could put that public IP
block as your DMZ including one of the IP's on m0n0wall's DMZ