On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 20:59:26 -0600, Bryan Kohlstedt <kohlstedt at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Mike and Chris- it looks like you have the layout figured out. There's
> a 1600 router on each side of the T1 and DSL at the one location. So,
> to modify your diagram a little:
> LAN1---1600--------Point To Point T1-----1600----LAN2
> The 1600 is set as the default gateway for all the computers on lan1.
> It's set to route all traffic not bound for the lan2 subnet to the
> internet gateway (m0n0wall). So I've got the 1600's default route set
> properly. Any tips on the proper way to set up the static route from
> the remote subnet on the m0n0wall?
If LAN2 is, say, 10.0.0.0/24, and LAN1 is 192.168.1.0/24 with the
1600's LAN interface being 192.168.1.2, add a route on interface LAN,
network 10.0.0.0/24, gateway 192.168.1.2.