FreeBSD box/ADSL link config
norgaard at locolomo.org
Mon Jun 11 20:00:35 UTC 2007
I am a bit confused as to what exactly I am trying to do - or that is
how the protocols layers and stuff. My current setup is like this:
10.0.0/24 192.168.0/24 static IP
Wireless ))--- AP --- FreeBSD -------------- DSL ------------- Internet
I'd like to have the 192.168.0/24 disappear from the network topology,
and have the routable static ip right on my FreeBSD box. The DSL box is
configured with PPPoE:
WAN Connection Type PPPOE
Internet IP address 85.48.194.xxx
Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0
ISP Gateway Address 172.31.255.254
Primary DNS 192.168.0.1
For some bizare reason the ISP gateway is on a private LAN segment and
the mask doesn't include my assigned static IP - but maybe that's not a
I can't figure out which protocol layers which in the internet
- I have to configure PPPoE on the FreeBSD box?
- The 192.168.0/24 will not exactly disappear, but rather be like a
"dead end" that only works for communication with the router - which has
a web interface for configuration?
- And the external interface will be a ppp0, not vr0 as currently?
The DSL router in question is a Thomson Speedtouch 546v6.
Any hints, howtos or other on how to do this?
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