[Shorewall-users] Routing real external IP's on Lan

Glenn Henshaw thraxisp@igs.net
Sun, 21 Apr 2002 08:48:16 -0400


At 9:38 AM +0100 4/21/02, Andy wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>   I have a quick question, probably more a router issue, but seeing as I use
>shorewall I though I would the list..
>
>   I currently use shorewall to route my internal lan to the internet, but I
>will shortly be receiving 8 'real' ips.
>
>   Therefore, my question being, can shorewall then route external IP 1, 2,
>3, 4, 5 from ppp0 (or eth0) to the appropriate machine(s) on the internal
>LAN via
>   eth1.
>

[[snip]]

   I think that this is proxy arp. I believe that there is an example 
in the documentation.
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