IIRC if there's only one machine in the middle, two cards, and no routing
between them no packets from either side will get further than the machine
in quetion. Size / shape / netmasks are not important .
192.168.7.0/24 -> Moo (192.168.7.0/25 - eth0) <No route> dies ...
192.168.7.0/24 -> Moo (192.168.7.128/25 - eth1) <No route> dies ...
AFAIK This will be true for any values of outside net and inside net as long
as there is no routing and physical seperation of the networks (excluding
> -----Original Message-----
> so GoodClient can see Moo since its host address is below 128. BadClient
> cannot since its host address is above 128. And the private network is
> populated with GoodServers with host addresses above 128.
>> and packets can't get across because there's no route between the public
> and private interfaces.
>> i am of the opinion that no packet can come in on the public interface
> and either get received by the private address or go out on the private
> network. paul disagrees.
>> which is it?
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