I think what he wanted was to have two subnets from different ISP's running
on mono, ie: 65.x.x.x/24 and 82.x.x.x/24 which is not possible to my
knowledge. He would need two WAN interfaces which has been discussed several
times here. The NAT and ARP pages will only work with one subnet from one
> > As for you next question, I don't think it is possible to
> use multiple
> > subnets on the WAN interface, you would likely need to use
> two monowalls.
> Isn't this what all those NAT & ARP pages ("Server NAT", "1:1 NAT",
> "Proxy ARP"), that Manuel has recently added, is for, or am I missing
> something here?