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    yeahmatte
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    Hi everybody,
    I’m a bit confused about how my zeroshell router is acting.
    everything except the gateway is working.

    Goal:
    Get zeroshell to act as a residental gateway with NAT.

    My setup:

    1. set the IP of ETH00 to: 192.168.1.1/24
    2. enabled the DHCP server in zeroshell for ETH00
    range: 192.168.1.100 – 192.168.1.200
    3. Enable DCHP client on ETH01
    4. Create a bridge with ETH01 and ETH00
    5. Enable NAT on the bridge
    6. Enable DHCP-client on the bridge
    and here is the problem, the bridge gets the IP from my private network (192.168.1.100 in most cases).

    I have got i going for a while if I first add ETH01 to a bridge, then enable the DHCP client it gets a adress from my ISP. Then I add ETH00 to the bridge. If I do like that it works until the DHCP lease expires, then I get the same problem as before.

    Can anyone see where I go wrong and help me?

    grateful for all responses

    #48759

    No need to bridge the interfaces unless you’re trying to accomplish something not listed in the diagram.

    #48760

    yeahmatte
    Member

    @vpn_rollercoaster wrote:

    No need to bridge the interfaces unless you’re trying to accomplish something not listed in the diagram.

    After removing the bridge and some minor tweeks it’s now working like a charm 🙂

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