On 8/8/05, Eric Hilden <eric at linkednetworks dot com> wrote:
> Everything works great from the LAN side getting out to the Internet and
> pinging other machines on the network in different subnets but I cannot ping
> anything on any interface except the WAN from outside of m0n0wall.
Of course you can't - it's NAT'ing everything, and isn't going to
allow anything to be routed back to its LAN side.
If you need routing in a setup like this (if you eventually plan to
replace the Linksys, I wouldn't do this) then enable advanced outbound
NAT without any NAT rules to disable NAT, and put a static route in
your Linksys (if those things are even capable, I don't recall
offhand) pointing the 192.168.2.0/24 network to 192.168.1.104
(m0n0wall's WAN IP). Then given the rules you already have, you'll be
able to ping and do whatever else you want on the LAN subnet.