> I did the same thing. It can be configured via the webGUI for OPT
> interfaces (LAN requires a manual editing and upload of your config.xml).
> However, the disadvantage is that since it's NAT, it doesn't work on
> bridges. Another disadvantage is that since it's merely a port redirection,
> you can't log HTTP traffic. I think the correct way to solve this problem
> is to bloat m0n0wall a bit and install an HTTP proxy server of some sort.
I'm looking at transproxy -- very small (21K) and in freebsd ports, but
I have not used it all (yet).
Just need to figure out the best firewall rules.
It also supports pass through if the proxy server dies.
jebc at c4solutions dot net