On Sun, 2004-02-08 at 19:40, Mario Roeber wrote:
> first thanks to all developer.
> i cant setup my wan interface.
> wan gateway is satic, 192.168.23.8 and is only for internal use to
> routing real networks.
> so my wan interface must get 188.8.131.52 but i dont get connection to
> my gateway.
> in the moment i use linux and i was getting working with
> route add 192.168.23.8 eth0
> route add default gw 192.168.23.8 eth0
> my internetconnection and gateway etc.
> so maybe somebody can help
Are you saying that you receive a static, routable IP (184.108.40.206)
from your ISP, but they cannot configure their network properly, so need
you to configure the gateway to be a non-routable address (192.168.23.8)
on their network?
If that is the case, all I can suggest is that you change ISP to someone
with a clue. Routing things the way they appear to be will break many
things, IPSEC just for starters.
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