> Well, yes, you will need a 3rd NIC to be able to use bridging. One
> (LAN in your case) will not be used, except maybe for accessing the
> but you can do that via ssl (https) over the bridged interface too, if you
> create the right rules.
> Also, you will need that 3rd interface to be bridged with the WAN
> in your situation.
> In the current version (pb27), you are able to assign the interfaces in
> Hope you'll get there! :)
Thanks again. I did manage to get it going just as you've said, with a 3rd
NIC. I did wait for the next release of m0n0wall since I'd read of a bug in
the shaper of pb27. As far as I know it's all working fine. My internal
machines now have their external IP's assigned DHCP from the cable modem
just fine and I've got them NETBEUI'd for local files sharing.