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Chuck Swiger wrote:

<snip>

> You really don't want to mix machines which are trusted with machines
> which are not trusted on the same subnet.  If you can't control which
> client machines get which IPs, you pretty much cannot use firewall rules
> to restrict filesharing only to the legit clients.

Excellent point.

<snip>

> Perhaps you should consider setting up your own private subnet for your
> machines, and having a firewall guarding access to your machines which
> performs static NAT for the set of five IP addresses you've made claim to.

I'm really starting to think that'd be a good idea. Thanks again for the
comments--it really helps.
- -Garrett
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