Chris Buechler wrote:
>then only 172.16.1.0/24 IP's can be on your LAN, unless you have a
>router on your LAN (and static routes configured appropriately for
I forgot to tell, YES I have a static route for this network.
There's a cisco router on LAN 172.16.1.254/24 where the 184.108.40.206/29
network is behind.
> The traffic from those public IP's is dropped because
>those IP's are not within your LAN subnet, and not defined by any
>static routes, therefore can't be a valid network off that interface.
So I need to tell monowall on a different way that 220.127.116.11/29 is
also a network at the LAN port? how?
>If you have a public/separate IP subnet, you have to put it off of a
>different interface (physical or virtual).
I can't because it's behind another router.
>As for the VLAN setup, that would work fine, if you have the trunk
>port and VLAN tags configured appropriately.
Yes I did this and everything was working except that monowall was
dropping also everything coming from the vlans.