Jim McBeath wrote:
> Ah, I get it!
Yes you did!
> It seems that it doesn't really matter what subnet and IP
> address values I choose for the PPTP server and its clients,
> as long as those addresses don't conflict with anything else
> on my network. I tried using addresses from my LAN subnet,
> and I tried using addresses in a different subnet, and it
> works the same either way.
That is almost true, i think you need to be in your LAN range
for NAT to work correctly...
> Any suggestions as to what might be wrong here, or how to debug?
enable logging for all rules for your PPTP and Wireless interface
(both pass and block rules).