On 30.06.2004 12:26 +0200, Vincent FLEURANCEAU wrote:
> So, this means it wouldn't be possible to use PPPoE with assigned
> block of *real* static IPs (including IPs for default gateway,
> subnet address and broadcast address) which have to be hard coded
> in most ISP offers?
Of course that's possible. You can either use that routed subnet of
public IP addresses directly on an optional interface (and turn off
NAT for it, i.e. use advanced outbound NAT) or employ 1:1 NAT.