>So I built a new interface, in my case it was a VLAN on OPT. I gave it the
>first IP of my /27 (.192). Then I created a 1:1 entry for the next of the
>/27 (.193). I put a PC on that VLAN and gave it .193, using .192 as the
>gateway. Basically I have the public /27 public IPs inside the VLAN, and
>they are 1:1 NATed out the WAN - same address in both spots in the 1:1
>config. Is this right? The Internet sees the IP used in the PC.
>I have been running like this overnight with no issues other than an
>inability to access google (.com and .ca) so far. I have adjusted my MTU
>1400 for the new VLAN but still can't access google - no firewall entries
>show why either. Other than that I haven't found anything else I can't do.
So I walked away for about 15 minutes and now all is well. Maybe the MTU
size change hadn't kicked in? I did a reboot once the MTU was changed.
Hmmm... weird. So it looks everything is working then. Just want to make
sure what I did is what you were talking about.