On 12/05/2011 10:58 AM, GD Incorporation wrote:
> Oooh... Based on what you said above, please allow me to rephrase them in my
> understanding. Also, two more questions for confirmation. I am excited to
> test this soon :).
> Firewall A:
> Nic 1: WAN 118.x.x.x / 29
> Nic 2: LAN 192.168.0.5 / 16
> Nic 3: Bridge to FW B 192.168.0.6/16 --> Should I the third NIC as VLAN?? Or
> can m0n0wall recognize 3 NICs? (1WAN and 2 LANs)?
I do not know if there is actually a limit. Personally, I have had 16
physical nics running once. And so just stick in another card.
> Firewall B:
> Nic 1: WAN 192.168.0.50/16 --> Is this the correct IP for connecting to the
> Firewall A?
> Nic 2: LAN 220.127.116.11 / 16
Your WAN just changed. It was 10.x.x.x in the other examples. Is it
connecting through Firewall A? If so, we can do this differently.