[Shorewall-users] Question on sNAT for multiple external subnets

Jason L. Buberel jason at buberel.org
Fri Oct 17 16:12:11 PDT 2003


Tom-

Yes. UUNet's routes all three of those subnets (including the class-C 
owned by internap) to 204.176.76.221. That's what I meant when I said that 
all packets for those three subnets will land on 'eth0' of the shorewall 
host. Sorry if that wasn't the best way to state things.

-jason

On Fri, 17 Oct 2003 15:04:21 -0700, Tom Eastep <teastep at shorewall.net> 
wrote:

> On Fri, 2003-10-17 at 14:57, Jason L. Buberel wrote:
>> I'm wondering if the following is possible under recent versions of
>> shorewall:
>>
>> 1. We have several class-C networks from both UUNet and Internap, both 
>> of
>> which are actually routed over a single inbound ethernet line from UUNet
>> at our colocation facility: 204.176.148.0/23 and 216.52.83.0/24. This
>> gives us a total of 3 class-C subnets. All packets for these three 
>> subnets
>> would land on the 'eth0' interface of our shorwall host.
>
> Are they all routed through 204.176.76.221?
>
> -Tom




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