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 RIPV2 and NAT and Filtering
Author: Chris Demers 
Date:   26-11-02 21:32

Greetings,

I have been scratching my head on this one and i think i'm possibly just over looking the obvious. Here is the problem:

Internet
!(wi0)
!
FreeBSD Router----NAT (xl0)---Local 192.168 IPs
!
!(xl0-alias)
Assigned Internet Block 16ip#s


OK, the FreeBSD box is connected to the internt by a wireless connection (wi0) the local is xl0. The problem that i am having is that RIP is advertising the local 192.168 addresses, i do not want to advertise those, but i do want to advertise the assigned block. Right now everything works but i keep getting the local addresses advertised to all the other routers wich i do not want as we will be deploying a bunch of boxes like this and i don't need a bunch of unroutable blocks in the routers tables. The other routers are also FreeBSD machines either running routed or Zebra (for RIP/OSPF/BGP). The client ends will only be running routed. Any suggtions? I have hunted though the man pages and through the main FreeBSD documentation without sucess.

Apprechiate any help anyone can offer. Thanks in advance.

Chris

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 Re: RIPV2 and NAT and Filtering
Author: .daniel.schrock 
Date:   26-11-02 21:43

you need another nic.
one nic for nat, one for the public subnet. then disable rip on the nat interface.

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