> --- Holger Bauer wrote:
>> No. Only OPTx Interfaces have the capability to be
>> bridged to other interfaces. You have to use 3
>> interfaces and leave one empty.
> Do you mean that I need to add an extra nic, bridge
> optx with the lan interface, and use optx as the wan
> interface, leaving the "real" wan interface unused?
I think you would bridge the WAN to the OPTx and leave the LAN unused
(or use a MGMT interface).
James W. McKeand