Just wondering what would be the best way to do this...


Basically what would be the best way to have freebsd accept incoming connections, run 
them thru the firewall, and all the packets that pass forward them to internal windows 
machines.   I dont' want the windows boxen directly on the net, I want to put a FBSD 
firewall in front of them, and so far the best option I've found on how to do this is 
to have the windows boxen be 192.168.x.x and have the fbsd boxen forward all 
connections to "public_ip" to the windows box via natd.  Does this seem like a good 
plan? Or anyone know of another better way to do this?

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