On Wed, Nov 19, 2003 at 03:26:02PM -0600, Peter Elsner wrote: > Thanks, that's my next attempt. I don't have NAT running right now, > but didn't think it was required unless I have the firewall enabled. > I usually enable that after I get everything else up and running. > Unless nat is running how could your computers using the freebsd gateway box connect to the outside world? Nat has nothing to do with the firewall. It will simply replace the your dhcp ip from your lan with the ip that the internet knows about on your wan nic interface.
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