Steve Bertrand wrote:

> map fxp0 -> 0/32
> Aside from that, are you sure that this entry shouldn't be:
> map rl0 -> 0/32
> ? Again, I don't know ipnat, but to me, in the fxp0 entry, it looks like
> you are trying to map the 192 space coming INTO fxp0 (which in your
> original post is the NIC that faces the ISP, not the internal network).
> If this is how ipnat looks at this, then this is also a problem.

Just a note, section "30.5.16 IPNAT Rules" of the handbook states that
using the external interface in the map rule is the correct way of doing


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