Setting up firewall on 2 interface within same subnet?

Setting up firewall on 2 interface within same subnet?

Post by Trunk » Sat, 21 Oct 2000 04:00:00



Hi all,

I have a few things to clarify on configuring firewall on the same
subnet.

I have 2 interface on this Linux-Box. Which I am trying to configure
the same interface
on the same subnet. Is it possible? Do i need to segment them on 2
diff subnet? pls
explain if there is no possibilities to install a firewall with 2
interfaces on the
same subnet(shown below).

                    [gateway:201.10.10.1]
                   /
                 /
----------------------------------------------
                 |
                 |[interface 1: 201.10.10.10]
          ---------
         <LINUX-BOX>
          ---------
                 |[interface 2: 201.10.10.11]
-----------------------------------------------
                 |
         [client] {201.10.10.12-13}
                  {gateway:201.10.10.1}

regards

 
 
 

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