[Shorewall-users] Public IP issues

Tom Eastep teastep at shorewall.net
Tue Sep 7 14:17:15 PDT 2004


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Andrew Niemantsverdriet wrote:

|
|
| My problem must be a routing issue.
|
| Just to clarify I can still use masq for the private IP's so my masq
| file would look like this:
| eth0                    10.1.0.0/24     public IP here
|

Yes.

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|>|
|>| Also as a bonus question, I currently have:
|>|
|>| LAN<===>router1<--T1 Line-->router2<===>Shorewall<--->Internet
|>|
|>| LAN and router1 all have a 10.1.0.0/24 address
|>| router2 and the Shorewall local interface have a 10.0.0.0/24 address
|>| How should I split up my new public /24 block so that everything has a
|>| public IP?
|>|
|>
|
| Thanks for your suggestion with this. One thing that should be noted is
| a server is going to be added in the near future that is going to sit on
| the same hub the router 2 and Shorewall loc zone is connected to. It
| would be nice to have 6 or so public IP's on the router 2 side of the
| T1. Hope that makes sense.

Sure -- just make sure that you align the block of addresses so that you
can handle them with a single route (/29).

- -Tom
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