Passing Subnet through Zeroshell

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    Tairen
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    We’re using Zeroshell 1.0beta11 with the MLPPP alpha 5 addon. We have 4 DSL connections bonded together. The bonded connection has a static IP set by the provider (x.x.x.28) and we have purchased a block of IPs (x.x.x.56 to x.x.x.63/29).
    We need to pass this block of IPs transparently through the zeroshell box so we can set our systems with public IPs.
    Can anyone help us with this or point us in the direction of some instructions.

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    ppalias
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    Unfortunately it cannot be done on the web gui of ZS, so you’ll have to do it with iptables rules on a shell.
    Something like

    iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -d public_ip -j DNAT --to-destination private_ip

    should do the job.

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