IPF, NAT or NIC
freeco at inbox.lv
Fri Sep 18 14:16:19 UTC 2009
Steve Bertrand wrote:
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> Freeco, let us know how things are connected physically. Your best bet
> would be:
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...Not depicted, but I'd recommend a firewall for anything between the
gateway and the ISP.
The gateway will work like IPF (Firewall) and NAT. Is it wrong?
I just noticed that your ISP has assigned you a /28 prefix.
Is all of this 255.255.255.240 yours, or are you on a shared network
segment? If it is yours, and you plan on using it, you'll want to set
things up like the following. If it is all yours (88.18 - 88.30) and you
didn't request it, I'd sure be interested to know who is giving away
/28's nowadays when the client didn't even request it ;)
Yes, it's mine. I'm paying just for 3 static addresses 18-20. I plan other
static addresses to use for other plans. So i'll need 2 more NIC's for
I think that my ISP uses the 2nd image. In my room is a switch. In our home
is switch. 3 homes from mine is a gateway. I don't know what else there is.
P.S. Sorry for my poor english
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