On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 8:39 PM, Michel Servaes <michel at mcmc dot be> wrote:
> I don't know if this has already been addressed, or even if it would be
> possible or not...
> I get 4 ip's of my ISP provider, but they are provided through DHCP.
> Would anything (monowall/pfsense) accept 4 times a DHCP offer (by either
> simulating, or using VLAN's on the WAN side ?)
> Or can monowall accept multiple WAN cards ?? (in that, I could add another
> 3 nic's for WAN) - if one of these solutions seems feasible, how about using
> a DynDns on all 4 WAN ip's ??
I guess it will be a no go over the whole line. Though, there are pfsense
multi wan howto's out there which allow u to do 2 times dhcp.
But, just wondering, why would you ever want to do this if everything is
connected at the same cable modem?