[MLB-WIRELESS] IP Tables.
ivile01 at yahoo.com.au
Thu Apr 7 14:13:11 EST 2005
OSPF is easy to setup, dont use rip it is gay.
--- owner-melbwireless at wireless.org.au
<zoiqq at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> Thanks David,
> I will have a play with RIP with your idea about a
> OSPF however I dont know much about (will google it)
> Is there much to setting up OSPF ?
> --- David Ashburner <d_ashburner at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > >Ok,
> > >
> > >So I need to setup my p2-333 with SHOREWALL maybe
> > You could do it that way. Here's another:
> > Instead of bringing everything into a single
> > box continue to treat
> > both your external interfaces as separate
> > connections.
> > 1. Your Internet connection is already firewalled
> > and doing everything you
> > need it to do through the Netgear DG814 aDSL
> > Modem/Router.
> > 2. Separate the MW part of your node from your
> > private stuff. It sounds like
> > you have set up a private LAN with a couple of
> > segments - routed via
> > wireless. If you want to make the wireless part
> > "public" then think about
> > having a router/firewall between the (local) part
> > your private LAN and
> > the wireless stuff ( becomes a public segment with
> > multiple wireless
> > interfaces)
> > 3. Use your WRT54G to connect between your private
> > segment and the new
> > wireless public segment. Set up the firewall on
> > WRT to protect your
> > private stuff in the same way as you set up the
> > firewall on the DSL side -
> > block all incoming except those services you want
> > to forward to specific
> > servers.
> > 4. Use Melb Wireless IP addresses for all the
> > node set-up. To extend
> > your private network between your nodes you now
> > to traverse the public
> > space, use some VPN type software or set up
> > encrypted tunnels through the
> > public space ( I use ssh tunnels like this across
> > the internet between Melb,
> > San Francisco and Austin).
> > --- sidebar ---
> > My node is set up this way -
> > http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/wiki/?NodeHYA
> > I'm not as advanced as you are with connections or
> > extending the private
> > segment across the public space but I don't see
> > it wouldn't work.
> > You will notice that I have a physical public
> > segment outside the firewall,
> > it's effectively a dmz zone where I can put
> > if I want/need to
> > rather than contacting them using port forwarding.
> > I have my second WRT
> > connected to my private segment via the WAN port.
> > --- end sidebar ---
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