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 From:  Richard StClair <stclair at niue dot nu>
 To:  m0n0wall <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Multiple NICS on Lan Side
 Date:  Tue, 3 Jul 2007 11:59:50 -1100
> In a word - yes!  Each interface should be in its own broadcast domain 
> -
> what you've been trying to configure is two interfaces in the same
> broadcast domain - how could m0n0wall know which interface to route a
> packet to?

I thought so. :-)

> Now if you only have a need for two 'LAN' interfaces then you could
> bridge them together.  Enable filtered bridge and then you can control
> what traffic passes between the two 'LAN' interfaces.

That does work. I had that running.....But I was wanting to use Captive 
portal on the LAN side....so I can't do that if I bridge them.

But it's OK. I can just run them all on separate subnets and use radius.

Richard St Clair,
Co-Founder & Internet Evangelist,
Internet Users Society Niue,
"To Provide Internet Access to Undeveloped Areas of the World"