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 From:  "Zach Lowry" <zach at zachlowry dot net>
 To:  "M0n0wall" <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  1:1 Nat
 Date:  Thu, 31 Jul 2003 14:54:32 -0500
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Hello everyone!

I have 1:1 nat set up with 3 external IPs going to internal hosts on
my Lan. When other machines on my Lan try to access these external
IPs, they get denied. Of course, they can access the internal IPs
just fine, but that makes like difficult since I'm running name-based
Virtual Hosts on Apache. 

Also, I have a 4521, so I don't have another interface to be a DMZ.
Is there a way to make the DMZ a different subnet on the lan
interface, or would that have too serious of security problems? Is
there a suggested PCMCIA card to buy to add an additional interface
to the 4521?

Thanks!

Zach Lowry || Murfreesboro, TN || www.zachlowry.net
Linux / *BSD / Irix / Solaris / Apple / Unix Network Administration

Registered Linux User #264589
14 Different NetBSD-Supported Machines

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