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    Default DMZ to a subnet?

    Is there any way to turn the DMZ port into a separate subnet? For example, I currently use ipcop, with a 192.168.2.X subnet for my wired boxes, and a separate nic and the 192.168.3.X subnet for my two wireless access points. I'm stuck using wep for one of my handhelds so I want to keep the wireless separate from the rest of the network.

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    hi barry...

    yes, you can setup router in advanced mode and create a new network space and put the DMZ interface in it...

    for example, you'd have your external space (usually DHCP), your internal space (192.168.2.1/24) with NAT enabled, and your other space with the DMZ interface (192.168.3.1/24) with NAT enabled...

    that should keep them both seperate, but they both share the same external IP...

    let us know if it works!

    ps - where is north of everyone here ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    hi barry...

    yes, you can setup router in advanced mode and create a new network space and put the DMZ interface in it...

    for example, you'd have your external space (usually DHCP), your internal space (192.168.2.1/24) with NAT enabled, and your other space with the DMZ interface (192.168.3.1/24) with NAT enabled...

    that should keep them both seperate, but they both share the same external IP...

    let us know if it works!

    ps - where is north of everyone here ?
    Sweet! I'll give that a shot. 99705 is my zip code.

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    Okay, I've set the private space to be the internal interface. I've set the wireless space to be the dmz interface. I can't figure out how to set up dhcp for the wireless interface. Is there a way to set a separate dhcp server?

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    no, there is only one dhcp server for the internal subnet...

    if you want to run two, it would have to be manually (through the command line configured manually)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    no, there is only one dhcp server for the internal subnet...

    if you want to run two, it would have to be manually (through the command line configured manually)
    Crap......

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