James W. McKeand wrote:
> These two rules logically state: Traffic on the LAN interface from the LAN subnet
> is allowed to anywhere *BUT* the OPT1 subnet. And traffic on the OPT1 interface from
> the OPT1 subnet is allowed to anywhere *BUT* the LAN subnet.
I have the exact same problem, but i have 2 OPT interfaces, so your solution does not work for me.
You seem to be very good at this "logic of rulez", du you have a suggestion for how i should solve
the problem, because my head is spinning and i have to read everyting 10 times to be sure it's
The system is PC based with 4 interfaces:
WAN with a /27 subnet.
LAN with administrative hosts (ADMIN)
OPT1 with hosts that do software development, project A (PROJA)
OPT2 with hosts that do software development, project B (PROJB)
Everybody should have somwhat unlimited internet access, and no traffic between ADMIN, PROJA, PROJB
is nessesary, they could in teori have 3 seperate internet connections.
This is my first post here, and im simply impressed by the people here, and by m0n0wall in general.
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