Gerry Weaver wrote:
> Hello All,
> I posted on this problem a few months ago. Unfortunetely I had to punt
> and use something else to get my customer going. I like m0n0wall very
> much, but I just can't seem to get around this routing problem. I can
> make this work in less than 5 minutes on a other unix based boxes. I
> would really like to get past this so I can use m0n0wall more often. I
> would appreciate any help y'all could give me. I've included my config
> 1. I have three private subnets (192.168.1.0, 192.168.3.0, 192.168.5.0)
> 2. There are three cisco routers for each of these at 192.168.1.254,
> 192.168.3.254, 126.96.36.199 respectively.
> 3. The internet router (I want to be m0n0wall) is assigned 192.168.1.252.
> I have done the following with m0n0wall:
> 1. Set the LAN address to 192.168.1.252/24
> 2. Enabled advanced nat and added a rule for each subnet.
> 3. Added a firewall rule for each to allow the traffic out.
> 4. Added static routes for each subnet pointing to 192.168.1.254 as the
> Could any one tell me what I'm missing here? I have the exact same setup
> working on a Linux box.
What about your setup isn't working?
Jesse Guardiani, Systems Administrator
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