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 From:  Phill R Kenoyer <phill at bmg50 dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: Three radio router: Anyone have this setup?
 Date:  Sun, 29 Feb 2004 20:14:14 -0800
With help from Manuel Kasper, here is the setup that works with three 
radios and two relays:

                      __________
                     |          | wi0               10.1.1.1|---- 
10.1.1.2
----INTERNET -------  m0n0 box |---------------------------|---- 
10.1.1.3 Clients
     x.x.x.1     sis0|__________|                           |---- 
10.1.1.4  GW 10.1.1.1
               x.x.x.6          |
                                |
                                |                   10.2.2.1|---- 
10.2.2.2
                             wi1|---------------Acc. Point--|---- 
10.2.2.3 Clients
Static Routes:                 | x.x.x.21/30<->x.x.x.22/30 |---- 
10.2.2.4  GW 10.2.2.1
10.2.2.0/24 gw x.x.x.22        |            GW x.x.x.21
10.1.2.0/24 gw x.x.x.26        |
                                |                   10.3.2.1|---- 
10.3.2.2
                             wi2|---------------Acc. Point--|---- 
10.3.2.3 Clients
                                | x.x.x.25/30<->x.x.x.26/30 |---- 
10.3.2.4  GW 10.3.2.1
                                             GW x.x.x.25

Internet router is x.x.x.1.
DNS is x.x.x.2 (Authoritative)
        x.x.x.3 ...
        x.x.x.4 (Caching)
        x.x.x.5 ...

m0n0wall is x.x.x.6.
NetNimble WRIP 1 is x.x.x.22.
NetNimble WRIP 2 is x.x.x.26.

Clients are DHCP with 10.1.x.2-254, GW 10.1.x.1.

So far everything is working except for the ability to telnet/http to 
my two NetNimble relays from my wired network.  I can ping them just 
fine, but I can't access them.  I have my firewall wide open currently. 
  I can access them from anywhere on the wireless network. Strange.

Anyway, thanks Manuel!
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