On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 12:51:37 -0400 (EDT), Seth Rothenberg
<seth at pachai dot net> wrote:
> I am thinking that any *IX system on the internet can be told
> that my m0n0 has a route to the WLAN on the other side...
> eg, I can just do
> route add 10.mmm.nnn.0 [gw] 64.xx.yy.zz (use gw if OS=Linux)
> I would then need to allow ICMP traffic to route
> between 64.xx.yy.zz and 10.mmm.nnn.0 -
No because private IP's are just that, private, and non-routeable.
You could set up a VPN tunnel and ping the private IP. Or you could
set up a firewall rule to permit your remote system to ping the WAN IP
of m0n0 (if that'd accomplish what you're wanting).