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Taking a different approach here. I was recently assigned a bank of 6 static IP addresses in which I want to 1) set up an email server on which has squirrelmail, ispconfig, postfix, etc. 2) set up a static IP for each of my webservers. I need multiple services for each server, such as email server which has https, http, smtp, pop. SSL ports (465/995) for POP and SMTP, and for the webservers http, and SSH. On the static IP's I have 216.xxx.xxx.160 /29 and use .161 for the gateway, and .162 for the WAN interface, leaving 163-166. I can ping out using this setup, but cannot get in. I assumed I could just do a 1-to-1 NAT and not have any issues, but I cannot access anything when trying from an external network. Any ideals? What am I leaving out?
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You could use proxy-ARP on the WAN interface, so it'll reply for the public IPs.
Not sure how exactly to set that up on Watchguard, though...
See page 55:
http://www.watchguard.com/help/docs/v741WFSConfigurationGuide.pdf


Tamas
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So far all I'm seeing is that I will have to change it to "drop-in" mode to use proxy-arp
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