> Jason wrote:
>> Has anyone has any luck in accessing the Web Interface of a Alcatel
>> Speed Touch Home through m0n0wall?
>> I tried just typing in 10.0.0.138 in my browser but the modem didn't
>> Weather @ 5:18pm - Temp: 11.7 °C - WindChill 11.7 °C - Humidity 32 %
>> - Wind: SW @ 7 km/h
>> Baro: 1011 kPa Steady - Vis: 24 km - Sky: Overcast - Weather: ---
>> =-=-=-= Website: http://www.WeatherServer.net =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>> Southern Ontario Weather Email Alerts, Closed Road Alerts
> at the bottom of the wan interface page there is a option to block
> private networks.. you need to uncheck that if you want to access
> anything in 10/8, 172.16/12, 192.168/16
Actually it doesn't need to be unchecked, m0n0wall only blocks packets
FROM private networks, and it does so after the stateful rules take effect.
As a result you can connect to private networks, but they can't connect
to you (even if you have appropriate firewall/NAT rules).
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