On 5/3/06, Scott Karch <scott dot k at facilitywiz dot com> wrote:
> Chris, Thank you VERY much for your help, that answers that very well.
> Unfortunately, now I see another problem. We just got a second T1 we'll be
> using BGP to share the C Subnet. A C class subnet is the smallest subnet you
> can use BGP with. Any thoughts on getting this working. Get a /30 from each
> ISP for each T1 and use 2 m0n0walls.. one for each T1?
This gets a lot more complicated...
In this situation the best thing might be to give the router the .1
IP, use it as the gateway for the subnet, and put in a bridging
m0n0wall between your network and the router. That'll be the cleanest
solution in this case.