Thomas Sprinzing schrieb:
> Yes, i've added a Firewall rule for the vlan to pass all packets anywhere.
> Same applies to the LAN net.
I meant "a similar rule"
For now, i've been able to send out packets via the m0n0wall to the
vlan. (pinging 10.0.2.1 creates packets for that ip.)
the wall tries ARP to no avail, the pc's answers get dropped.
if i go to the status screen, i can see the following (for example):
Jun 28 15:30:33 fp2 ipmon: 15:30:32.863381 sis1 @0:12 b
10.0.2.1,138 -> 10.0.255.255,138 PR udp len 20 243 IN
so if i go and find rule 12, it says:
@12 block in log quick on sis1 from !192.168.1.0/24 to any
so here we have the problem.
Where the HECK does this one come from, and how do i delete it?
Any ideas out there?