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 From:  Shaun Sutterfield <shaun at prointegrations dot com>
 To:  Grant Robinson <jgrantr at gmail dot com>
 Cc:  m0n0wall list <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Public LAN IP's with WAN IP on a different subnet
 Date:  Mon, 08 May 2006 13:31:51 -0700
Grant Robinson wrote:
> 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 120.20.233.182 and the LAN IP address is
> 120.20.130.161.  The 120.20.130.160/27 subnet is being routed by the
> ISP to 120.20.233.182, and so the m0n0 box needs both IP addresses, as
> 120.20.130.161 will be used as the default gateway for all the boxes
> on the 120.20.130.160/27 subnet.  Does that make sense?

Ouch--my oops, I better let my brain wakeup more before reading and 
replying :-)

Kris's reply seems more relevant...

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Shaun Sutterfield
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