Thanks for the quick response Chris.
> I guessed that was the problem before I even read this. :) AP's tend
> to not obey their default gateways, so you can't talk to them from any
> other subnet. Make sure the gateway is set correctly on the AP, and
> if it is and it still doesn't work, then check with the AP vendor.
The gateway is already set to point at m0n0wall correctly.
> You can probably do a 1:1 NAT from a LAN IP to the AP's IP and work
> around a broken gateway. If nothing else, you might want to try that.
I'm just trying that now. Am I correct in thinking I need to go to the
1:1 NAT page and set Interface=WLAN, Internal IP=192.168.2.6/32 (an AP's
IP) and External IP=192.168.8.6/32 (unused LAN IP)? I was expecting
something involving NATing on LAN, so this is a touch confusing...