Thank you for your suggestions, they did the trick. I removed the
static routes entirely and edited the config.xml to change the WAN
interface to LAN and everything was working after that.
FWIW, is there any thought of adding selections for LAN to the NAT
rules? Changing the advanced NAT rules was essential to getting
m0n0wall working, and changing an inbound NAT rule also helped with
>No extra routing entries.
>Your problem is, that you want a n:1-NAT on the LAN Interface:
>INT SOURCE DEST TARGET
>LAN 192.168.1.0/24 10.1.1.0/24 10.1.1.27
>This isn't possible with m0n0 (not out of the box). There are several
> 1. Use VLANs on the LAN interface. You can choose NAT for VLANs.
> 2. Choose WAN as the interface and change it by hand in the
> 3. Change the internal net mask to /23 and configure 1:1 NAT for
> the OPT1 subnet.
> 4. Don't use NAT at all for the OPT1 subnet. Instead configure
> hosts in the LAN subnet to use your m0n0wall as default gw.