On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 11:25:08 -0500, Jewell, Mike
<mjewell at law dot umaryland dot edu> wrote:
> I'm reading this slightly different, I see it like this:
That's what I'm thinking it probably looks like too.
> If this is what your looking at, there shouldn't be a problem, because all
> traffic that the M0n0Wall see's will be the 1600's IP, or the DSL's ip...
Not true unless the router is NAT'ing, which it shouldn't be in the
capacity of a LAN router in this scenario. The remote subnets (all
those not directly connected on a m0n0wall interface) will each need a
static route in m0n0wall pointing to the 1600 (assuming the network
looks as shown above). The 1600's default route will need to be
m0n0wall's LAN IP. Other than that a typical config will work fine.