In message <1147313023 dot 6677 dot 26 dot camel at BROWN1 dot COGECO dot CA>, Kevin Brown
<kevin dot brown at cogeco dot ca> writes
>I am having some problems using m0n0wall 1.22 on a WRAP board (dual
>ethernet) as a router between two private subnets. Any sort of incoming
>packets on the WAN device are disregarded and not forwarded. I have the
>firewall set as wide open as possible (all pass on the WAN and LAN) and
>NAT is turned off. Devices on the LAN side have no problem talking to
>the WAN devices. The devices on the WAN side (their default gateway is
>pointing to this router) can ping the WAN IP fine, but cannot even reach
>the LAN IP of the router.
OK, you haven't said whether you've changed it or not but have you
unchecked 'Block private networks' on the WAN device (Interfaces: WAN)?
This is assuming that by 'private subnets' you mean RFC1918 addresses.
Neil A. Hillard E-Mail: m0n0 at dana dot org dot uk