Chris Buechler wrote:
>> my ISP gives me 5 dynamically allocated public ip numbers, but they are
>> not given as a subnet.
> By "dynamically", do you mean they must all be pulled from DHCP?
yes, they must be pulled from DHCP, and the range I get addresses from
vary a little over a /24 (I believe), but support says I can't even be
sure of that, they "reallocate address space according to need". Once I
have an address, it is fairly persistent over time if mono stays up. And
yes, I only use one of the five in my current NAT:ed setup, but the
network card on OPT1/DMZ is up, in a bridged DMZ setup I do get
addresses from DHCP there.