> The last two lines are remarkable. It would seem the monowall
> assigns the IP address 10.0.0.1 to its WAN interface, and sets a
> route entry to localhost for that IP. Okay - 10.0.0.1 is my
> workstation. No wonder that no packets get thru anymore then. Why
> would it use an actually and already existing IP for the WAN
I remember something similar from my main router, which is a fli4l.
When the WAN interface goes down there, it assigns a dummy IP address
of 10.111.112.113 to it. Is my assumption correct that this is a
necessity, and monowall unfortunately uses 10.0.0.1 as that IP
address, colliding with my LAN?