Chris Buechler wrote on Fri, Jul 16 2010 at 8:49 pm:
>> Well that fails spectacularly too. When I enable 1:1 NAT using a public IP as
> the external, and a private IP as the internal, all communication past the ISP's
> router seems to stop.
> Likely ARP cache on the ISP's router, and/or missing proxy ARP.
Maybe but it's not like I was adding new IPs. Maybe it was just confused over the change in MAC
addresses for the IP? Proxy ARP is added when adding a 1:1 rule, but I tried it both ways at the
time. Very frustrating afternoon.
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