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Date:	Mon, 28 Jun 2010 15:43:46 +0530
From:	ratheesh k <>
To:	Netfilter mailing list <>,
Subject: nat bypass


  A -------> R ------->S

I have a linux machine A is connected to Linux machine R . Machine R
is having two network interfaces and acting as a router .
It has a dhcp server running  . It will assign ip in
subnet to all machine connected on lan side ( A is connected also in
lan side ) . Wan side of R is connected to HTTP server S . There is
also a DHCP server running on S to assign ip in subnet
.  Is there any way , in which NAT should be bypassed to get ip from
DHCP server running  on S . My question is : How can A will get  an ip
from pool ip .?
ebtables is an option ? How can we make it ?
Is there any other optimal way ?

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