I would think that as long as the firewall had correct routes setup,
everything would be fine.
Assuming it already knows how to handle the internal network, just do a
route add <static-IP> eth<N>
for each of the static Ip's you want to serve, and set the gateway for each
static IP machines to the router/proxy, that should just about do it. I
hope it would bounce traffic from private IP's to static IP's, even though
would be on the same hub.
>Is it possible to set up a Linux-based proxy server that would have both
>private IPs (ie. 192.168.x.y) and several static IPs (assigned by our ISP)
>on our local network?
>We have several static IP addresses that must be accessible via both the
>Internet, and our internal network of private IPs.
>Any help on how to configure this would be greatly appreciated.