LOL, no, I have it setup per the documentation on Server NATs, which
is what I need. A filtering bridge is more of a 1:1 setup, and I
don't have that many IP's available
Its acting like a bug, that's why I was asking if anyone else is using
it on 1.3
The next chance I get to travel down to the colo, I'll have 1.2 loaded
on a flash card to test it out.
On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 4:14 PM, Tim Nelson <tnelson at rockbochs dot com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 10:47 PM, Charles Goldsmith
>> <wokka at justfamily dot org> wrote:
>> > I've been a user of m0n0 for several years, and am trying to put a
>> > card.
>> > server NATs and proxy arp, the proxy arp doesn't seem to be
>> > WAN port on the firewall and plug into my linux laptop, I can alias
>> > to proxy arp my secondary IP's or the server nat's don't work, not
>> > ip's and can ping the WAN address, but I cannot ping any of the
>> > IP's.
>> > might be able to get my ISP to route the IPs for me, but I'd rather
>> > not bother them with this.
>> > Any help would be appreciated.
>> > Charles
> I've got systems setup in the same type of environment(subnet routed to my network/VLAN) but have
not had to use proxy arp, server nat, or 1:1 nat. I simply setup the box to be a filtering bridge
(Option checked in Advanced-->Enable Filtering Bridge). Then, I simply add rules to allow traffic
through (with default deny rule of course).
> I just verified this setup is in use on 4 or 5 production systems all running 1.3b11. Maybe you're
going about this the wrong way? :-)
> Tim Nelson
> Systems/Network Support
> Rockbochs Inc.
> (218)727-4332 x105