Yes, I tried them all. I'm using fxp1 currently, the middle one so it takes the guess work out.
It's definitly the LAN port, beause when I connect a client to it the IP330 does give me a DHCP
address. I can then go through the console port and choose "PING" on the IP330 and type in the
client that got the DHCP address and it does respond. But I still can not get to the GUI going to
192.168.1.1, nor can I ping 192.168.1.1.
--- Ryan Wagoner <Ryan at wgnrs dot dynu dot com> wrote:
> You sure you know which port is assigned to what. Going from left to right its fxp0, 1, 2
> When I installed mine I had it running on another machine, then I downloaded the config file,
> added the spoofmac and changed the interfaces to fxp0,1,2 and then uploaded the config file
> through webgui to that machine. When it went to restart I pulled the compact flash card and ide
> adapter and stuck it in the ip330. Booted it up and it just worked.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ryan Peterson [mailto:OCRyan at yahoo dot com]
> Sent: Thu 3/23/2006 2:50 PM
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] IP330 WebGui not coming up, even with spoofmac
> I read through http://chrisbuechler.com/m0n0wall/nokia/ip110.html and
> I installed to flash (v. 1.21 - generic-pc image), booted the Nokia, assigned the interfaces and
> then rebooted. After I got the startup screen again, shutdown and edited the config.xml from
> another FreeBSD box. I added the <spoofmac> entries in the config.xml file for the LAN, WAN and
> OPT1 interfaces. Reinstalled to the Nokia and started up.
> The webGui still does not come up. I'm able to get a DHCP lease assignment, I can ping the
> FROM the IP330 console, but can't ping the IP330 from the client.
> Does anyone have an idea of anything else I can try?
> Thanks in advance,
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