On Mon, 7 Feb 2005, Chris Buechler wrote:
> On Sun, 06 Feb 2005 13:06:31 +0100, Henning Wangerin
> <mailinglists dash after dash 041101 underscore reply dash not dash possible at hpc dot dk> wrote:
> > As long as the default route point to the m0n0wall, but what _if_ the
> > m0n0wall is not the default gateway? Then I guess that static routes
> > must be set on the servers the clients need to access. Right?
> depends on what you can do with the system that is the default gateway
> for those servers. If you can throw in a route on that system to
> point the PPTP subnet to the m0n0wall, then you should be able to
> avoid entering static routes on everything. I'd avoid entering static
> routes on clients unless there's no other way around it.
Yes, and not only is a route on the default gateway alone usually
*suf*ficent, but also it's *ef*ficient if the gateway generates ICMP
Redirects and they're honored by the clients.