Port forwarding behind two routers

Wojciech Puchar wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Sat Nov 15 12:44:21 PST 2008

> B) Disable NAT on the wireless router.  This allows it to be a simple switch 
> and wireless access point.  The price is that you're probably relying on the 
> DHCP server in the wireless router for your wireless devices and you'll have 
> to disable the DHCP when you disable NAT.  This creates new problems to be 
> solved.

no problem. ADSL router can do DHCP for everything.

> C) Plug the FreeBSD box into the ADSL router, skipping the wireless router. 
> Your wireless devices will still be double-NATted, but if you're not running 
> servers on them, you might be able to live with that.
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