On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 12:48 PM, Terry Yim <tallnthin17 at yahoo dot com> wrote:
> I have a user on OPT1 (10.79.0.10) that needs to access 3 printers inside the LAN
(10.31.0.40-10.31.0.42). I have created 3 NAT rule on the OPT1 interface (10.79.0.40 -> 10.31.0.40
and so on) with proxy ARP on all those IPs.
If the printers are or can be configured with a default route (which
they would get from dhcp if they're using it), then there is no need
to set up a single NAT rule for this. Save yourself the trouble.
If the network printers won't take a default gateway then you need new printers.