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 From:  "John Joseph Fowler" <jfowler at serck dash controls dot co dot uk>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall] Firewall rules not working correctly
 Date:  Thu, 23 Mar 2006 11:27:19 -0000
Thank you for your reply Christoph.

If i'm interpreting your response correctly, basically you're saying that
m0n0wall is not able to allow/block any ip or ports wthin the same ip/subnet
range witin the same interface? i.e. in my case, cannot create specific
rules for use only in the range on the LAN side?

If this is the case, then also what is the option to "Bypass firewall rules
for traffic on the same interface" used for? Doesn't this define whether the
rules should or should not be used if using single interfaces/NIC for LAN
traffic? (apologies if this is not the case, again just my interpretation of
the setting).

As for the Cisco router in place just for a VPN tunnel between our two
sites, it does have ACL's setup to allow all IP traffic within
and, and does not have any additional rules to prevent port/ip
traffic in the above range. Unfortunately, this was in place prior to
m0n0wall and is controlled by our main office, hence why I haven't used
m0n0wall as a replacement.

Do you have any suggestions with using m0n0wall to define ip/port blocking
within a LAN network if the above is not possible? or is m0n0wall unable to
fulfill this function at present?

With Kind Regards,

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