The BorderWare firewall can come in handy for your situation. It will hide
entire private net and all outbound connections seem to be originating from
the external interface of the firewall. If you want to allow incoming
through the firewall, you can either use the SSN or VPN or else the secure
services to reach your private net. You can enable more inbound services if
want but you must understand the risks involved. AFAIK it does address
on inbound traffic as well.
Check website www.border.com
By the way, I do not have any association or commercial interests with
or Secure Computing.
Hope this info. helps.
> From: firewalls <firewalls @
> To: firewalls @
> Subject: Two-way IP Address Mapping Needed
> Date: 18 April 1997 02:52
> We need to connect our corporate network via leased line and firewall to
> network of a company that we part-own. Until now this company's network
> been isolated and is using IP addresses from the
> blish ranges.
> We cannot re-number their network, so we are looking for a firewall or
> other dual-homed device which could map between a number of internal-only
> addresses and the same number of addresses from a normally registered
> which we would allocate to shadow the internal address space.
> Does anyone have pointers to such a thing?
> Time is pressing, so we would prefer a fairly off-the-shelf piece of
> and/or hardware.)
> many thanks,
> Geoff .