On 5/8/06, Shaun Sutterfield <shaun at prointegrations dot com> wrote:
> Grant Robinson wrote:
> > What I have not tried is the bridging, but it sounds like one side of
> > the bridge needs to not have an IP address, which is not really what I
> > am looking for here.
> I think bridging *is* what you're looking for. This is how I set it up
> at one of my client's sites whose WAN IP was within the same subnet as
> his LAN. (well, actually in his case it's OPT1, he uses NAT on his LAN)
> You are right that with bridging only one interface will have an IP, but
> that just means M0n0 will use the same IP (the WAN IP) on both
> interfaces. Is there a particular reason you need M0n0 to have two IPs
> in the same subnet?
But see, they are not in the same subnet. They aren't even close.
The WAN IP address is 184.108.40.206 and the LAN IP address is
220.127.116.11. The 18.104.22.168/27 subnet is being routed by the
ISP to 22.214.171.124, and so the m0n0 box needs both IP addresses, as
126.96.36.199 will be used as the default gateway for all the boxes
on the 188.8.131.52/27 subnet. Does that make sense?
jgrantr at gmail dot com