Joel Dare said:
> I setup the m0n0wall system on 220.127.116.11. If I have a web server in
> my office that needs to be on 18.104.22.168 and a web server that needs
> be on 22.214.171.124, don't I have to bind all three addresses to my WAN
> port so that I can then use 1:1 NAT to forward them to the appropriate
> internal machines? Or, if I setup NAT 1:1, does this somehow just work?
No, you don't have to bind those addresses to your WAN interface. Just use
1:1 NAT, it somehow just works. Call it magic. ;) No, seriously - m0n0wall
automatically binds 1:1 NATed WAN IPs to its WAN interface.