From: "Jack Challen" <jack underscore challen at ocsl dot co dot uk>
> I'm using m0n0wall to protect my home network (192.168.3.0/24) from the
> internet. I'm connected to the internet by an ADSL router (D-Link
> DSL300-T) running in bridge mode, then doing the PPP authentication from
> m0n0wall as PPPoE. This is (or has been) utterly, utterly reliable.
> The one thing I want to do is to get access to the router's (sucky) web
> interface from inside my LAN. My router's configured as 192.168.3.222, but
> it's obviously on the WAN side of the firewall.
This will never work. The problem is that you have an IP address within the
LAN subnet on the WAN side. If you change your LAN subnet to 192.168.4.0/24
you might be able to do some oddness with static routs.