[Shorewall-users] Problem with Static NAT.
Ian David Laws
ian at the-laws-clan.de
Mon Jun 9 17:34:33 PDT 2003
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On Monday 09 June 2003 16:01, Tom Eastep wrote:
> On Sun, 8 Jun 2003 22:34:27 -0700 (PDT), Steve Herber <herber at thing.com>
> > We are not carpenters, but more like architects and architects have lots
> > of plans on file for a wide range of structures, some with two room
> > others with three rooms. I think most professions have cookie cutter
> > plans for their most common configurations. After looking at common
> > configurations you can pick the plan that most closely matches your
> > needs.
> > Then you start customizing.
> > The current examples, which are great, do not cover the multiple IP
> > address case. I would like to see at least two more examples covering
> > the multiple static IP case, one using NAT and the other using Proxy ARP.
> > I wonder if other Shorewall users have some examples that they could
> > contribute?
> I think we are talking about different things here. I'm talking about the
> setup guide which I assert contains all of the information needed to set up
> a two-interface firewall with multiple public IPs. It uses a three-
> interface setup as an example because I believe that configuration is more
> common and contains the two-interface case as a proper subset. If someone
> wants to take that document and hack it to be two-interface specific,
> that's fine.
> You seem to be talking about sample configurations complete with QuickStart
> Guides to match. Such samples/guides require ongoing maintenance with every
> Shorewall release so it's not just a case of capturing some user's
> contribution and publishing it.
May be there is someone willing to take the time and do that maybe someone who
has set this up. :-)
I personanly do not have problems with setting a firewall up with the
configuration guides and the A&Q.
:-) They are quickly adaptive I find to most setups required. :-)
A child of five would understand this.
Send someone to fetch a child of five.
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