You can use this format of the ipnat map command

map dc0 ->

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Erik Norgaard
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 7:45 AM
To: Juergen Heberling
Subject: Re: ipnat syntax error?

Juergen Heberling wrote:
> Due to historical reasons I can not just take a /29 or /30 block out of 
> the middle of the cidr I will ultimately use -- this FreeBSD server will 
> implement a firewall on an existing connection replacing an old Cisco 
> router that only NAT'd.  So I will see if things can work with "just" 
> one "map" with portmaps.
> Please note that the "-" for the range syntax is documented in several 
> places, not just the FreeBSD handbook and should probably be fixed.

check out packet filter as an alternative, you can map any pool of 
addresses as you like:

You can use a list or a table to specify what src addresses are mapped to 
what dst addresses.

Cheers, Erik
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