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    Default Bridge Query

    If have a few static External IPs that I want to use. I would like these addresses filtered through UT however I don't really like the idea of using port forwarding onto a DNS as I need the server to contain the external IP of my domains.

    Could I possibly add a third card to my UT box and bridge it to my external interface? If so would the connections still be filtered in relation to firewall, spam etc or would this be bypassed?

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    Yes , its named DMZ
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    Yeh but DMZ would be using the internal IP address and also would bypass the filtering of the firewall etc. I want to use my external IPs via untangle and still be able to filter

    i.e

    213.*.*.73 is egde gateway
    213.*.*.75 is UT box

    UT box then processes connections for both LAN ips and the remaining external IPs. By making the remaining external IPs pass through UT I can still have emails and firewall filtering etc.

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    Put the eth2 (DMZ) with the checkbox BRIDGE TO EXTERNAL, then dmz and external are in te same subnet. Dont forget to create the block/bypass rules or your servers can die in 5 mins
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