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From "Jeff Cohen" <>
Subject RE: RE: [users@httpd] IP Virtual Host and DMZ
Date Thu, 24 Jul 2003 05:29:49 GMT
> Em 23 Jul 2003, escreveu:
> 1) Because I would like to have subnets with 2 ^ 4 - 2 machines on the
> subnet (max).

Then you should be using 31 bits in your subnet musk.
You should also know about the limitation this network subnetting.

> 2) My router ip is

How these machines will access the internet (if there's a need for them)?

>  The solution worked if I use the 192.168.0.(59-62) ip. The problem is (as
> Joshua said) to make iptables forward the packages received on its port 80
> to the right ip in my webserver.

But your servers will never be able to see your firewall unless your
firewall has an IP in each subnet you made.

Jeff Cohen

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