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 From:  "Ryan C. Creasey" <ryan at p11 dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Forwarding Broadcast Traffic (was Multicast)
 Date:  Thu, 20 May 2004 12:12:46 -0700
So am I able to forward the broadcast DHCP traffic from my virtual /24 
to the external /28 if it's broadcast traffic?

- Ryan

Bubba Parker wrote:

 > DHCP sends broadcast packets to, it doesn't use
 > multicast.
 > On Thu, May 20, 2004 at 10:13:59AM -0700, Ryan C. Creasey wrote:
 >> Hello,
 >> I'm currently running m0n0wall pb18r522 at my office and have to say 
I absolutely love it.  My soekris router's been up for 200+ days and I 
haven't had to worry about a thing.  However, we're planning on doing a 
bunch of upgrades on our other network hardware and I've got a few 
questions about how well m0n0wall can keep up.
 >> Our network is setup in a very unique topology.  Our office has a 
/28 subnet, and one address gets assigned to the soekris router.  All 
clients behind the soekris router are then NAT'ed to the imaginary subnet.  The other 13 addresses in the "external" /28 are 
then assigned to various server-level systems (and lastly, our upstream 
gateway is firewalled).
 >> If you're still with me, now imagine putting an Apple Xserve (My 
clients are 90% macintosh... We're a creative design studio) with an 
XRaid as an address on the /28.  I want to set the XServe up to 
distribute Netboot to clients behind the soekris router.  In order to do 
that, I've got to figure out a way to allow forwarding of multicast DHCP 
traffic through the m0n0wall.  Is this even possible?  Does my version 
of m0n0wall support this kind of thing?  If not, does one of the newer 
 >> Any insight would be extremely appreciated.
 >> --
 >> Ryan C. Creasey
 >> Network Engineer
 >> p11creative
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Ryan C. Creasey
Network Engineer