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 From:  Aaron <lists at mycommunitynet dot net>
 To:  m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Cc:  Vincent FLEURANCEAU <vincent at bikost dot com>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall-dev] Transparent bridge
 Date:  Thu, 8 Jul 2004 10:50:01 -0700
I also have had a problem with 1.1b14 and a net4501 that I just 
discovered last week. I had all interfaces enabled (WAN, LAN, OPT1 and 
OPT2 (wireless). Everything was working fine. Then I decided to try 
bridging. I enabled bridging on Opt1 (OPT1 <---> WAN). Now LAN and OPT2 
no longer respond. I can't ping, or connect to M0n0 in any way as the 
only interface that is responding is the bridged one. The bridging does 
work however, but OPT2 and LAN interfaces definitely do now work. A 
reboot has no effect.

Now I am stuck and have to re-write the image as there is no way to 
change the config. Has anyone written the CF image using OS X and a USB 
6-in-1 reader?

-- Aaron

On Jul 8, 2004, at 7:13 AM, Vincent FLEURANCEAU wrote:

>> I assigned an IP address to LAN interface and was able to get into 
>> WebGUI. Then I went to 'OPT1' page and setup bridging between WAN and 
>> OPT1. So far so good. Then I tried to enable OPT1 interface and as 
>> soon as did this m0n0 GUI stopped responding although traffic between 
>> WAN and OPT1 was Ok. I also wasn't able to ping LAN interface. 
>> Rebooting m0n0 didn't help and I was forced to reset config. I played 
>> with firewall rules and allowed any to any on all interfaces but no 
>> success.
>
>
> I would have done it in that order:
>
>   1 - enable OPT interface
>   2 - bridge between OPT and WAN setup
>
> It seems you've done it in the reverse order. I don't know if it's 
> relevant in your case, but who knows?...
>
> -- Vincent
>
>
>
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