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 From:  Jean Everson Martina <everson at inf dot ufsc dot br>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] HowTo NAT private IP to public IP before going through VPN
 Date:  Wed, 06 Oct 2004 14:06:22 -0300
Hi all,

	Regarding about NAT issues, yesterday I've got a little problem with 
m0n0. I'm using m0n0 1.2b1 as a firewall on a genreic PC, but I'm using 
real IPs for all machines inside. I have a bunch of IPs and I dont need 
to NAT anything.
	What I got was that m0n0 by default nat all my real address to the wan 
address of the firewall. is this correct?
	It could be very usefull, but there is no way to disable (I disabled it 
by commenting out the ipnat rules in filter.inc)?
	Why should we expect that everybody use NATed IPs? And if I don't want 
to nat everything from inside to outside? shouldn't it come with this?


Horst dot Ritter at mach dot com wrote:
> Dear Community,
> I checked already the documentation, but the section NAT doesn't provide
> any information. So let me ask my question here...
> I have to do FTP (vice versa) from an internal LAN which is using private
> IPs through a VPN tunnel. According to network policies the other network
> permits only public IPs. Unfortunately, I am not so familiar with the
> various NAT capabilities provided by m0n0wall. Therefore, I would like to
> know how to configure NAT for the private IP's (coming from LAN-Interface)
> to public IP's which are going through the VPN tunnel.
> I would be grateful for any hint or solution.
> Thank you in advance.
> Best regards,
> Horst
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