On 8/8/05, Aaron <lists at mycommunitynet dot net> wrote:
> 1) I believe that this is possible, but can a monowall with a wireless
> card use wireless as the WAN?
> 2) If yes, then can I connect to a PPTP connection as part of that WAN
No, not the kind of PPTP you're talking about.
> 3) Can I then NAT computers behind the wireless connection (the
> computers are connected via the ethernet ports)?
You could, but without the PPTP you won't get anywhere.
You should be able to set up a normal wireless on the WAN, and PPTP
from the clients to the other PPTP server (though only one at a
time...). The only solution to use multiple clients over m0n0wall to
a PPTP server in this scenario is to bridge the wireless WAN to an OPT
interface and plug the clients into the OPT when using the wireless.