On 4/25/06, Jose Eduardo <joseeduardo at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have this situation:
> Internet ---- |Linux| ---- LAN ---- |Monowall| ---- MyOtherSite
> I'm using monowall as a router. How I can configure a "default route" from
> monowall to linux?
The interface facing the Linux/LAN side needs to be the WAN interface.
Then fill in the default gateway for the WAN.
If you want a true router, no NAT done by m0n0wall, you need to enable
advanced outbound NAT without any rules on that page to disable NAT
(also see FAQ on disabling NAT). You'll also need a static route on
the Linux machine pointing the MyOtherSite subnet to the WAN IP of