On 1/26/06, Eric Maynard <emaynard at holmeslib dot org> wrote:
> My problem is that I need to allow for a host to be accessible on my LAN
> with a Public address. No problem, I have plenty of IPs so following
> the recommendations, I assign one to the box using 1:1 NAT, however, the
> box is not able to connect to the internet via this interface for some
> reason. One more thing to add and that is that this box requires a
> static internal address as well, so I have had to map it outside the
> range of the DHCP pool.
Can it get to the Internet without the 1:1 NAT entry?
Did you setup proxy ARP for your additional public IP's?