Looks like I mistakenly replied offlist to the OP.
On Tue, 2007-06-12 at 11:46 +0200, egoitz at infobiok dot com wrote:
> I'm trying to set a firewall with 3 wan interfaces... I explain myself:
> Have a lan, wan1, wan2, dmz1 and dmz2... I wanted dmz1 and dmz2 to go
> through wan1 and lan through wan2...
This is the extra info he gave me:
> for a drawing take a look at :
> I have 3 inet connections (adsl, cable1, cable2 - this is unused for
> the moment). Later on my internal network have lan, dmz1 and dmz2. and
> wanted m0n0wall knowing that a request comes from dmz1 or dmz2 to
> redirect internet request via cable1, and if request comes from lan to
> redirect to adsl connection.
I think this might work, using advanced outbound NAT.
You(ll need a seperate IP address on WAN for each WAN connection (dsl,
Enable advanced outbound nat and define a separate rule for eacht
LAN/DMZ and force it to use the wan ip of the conection you need by
configuring it in the "target" box.
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