Has anyone used M0n0wall with a BGP setup?
We have a /24 ( 255 IP addresses )
I want to 1:1 NAT the entire subnet to a 10.0.1.x in case we ever move I
only need to change thr NAT and DNS, not every server. What is the best way
to 1:1 NAT these? Do I need 255 NAT entries?
( for those who don't know BGP, it allows 2 different circuits from 2
different ISPs to serve up the same IP addresses. In case one ISP goes down,
all traffic will route through the second T1. It's not a load balancer, but
each client will take the shortest route to your network, meaning there will
be some sort of balancing, just not active ).
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