This would be a nice feature to add to m0n0. Being able to disable NAT
would be great.
On Wed, 2004-03-10 at 06:37, Mark Spieth wrote:
> Sure it, Just disable nat by using the Enable advanced outbound NAT in
> the outbound nat section, If you check that and don't define any rules
> that should work.
> Mark Spieth - Director of Internet Services
> Northeast Ohio Digital Inc.
> mspieth at neod dot net
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> From: Jean-Francois Theroux [mailto:jftheroux at privalodc dot com]
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> Subject: [m0n0wall] public IP on the lan interface?
> Hi guys,
> I was curious, is it possible to assign a public IP on the LAN
> interface? I'd like to have a setup like this:
> evil internet --> m0n0wall box --> switch ---> servers with public
> Because I need a new gateway at one of our datacenter rack.