From: "Molle Bestefich" <molle dot bestefich at gmail dot com>
> I have a somewhat ready source of IP1xx boxes though,
> but otherwise I think you're right.
> Lee Sharp wrote:
> > Several solutions here. One, copy your CF card. Two, copy your config,
> > and
> > write it to another CF card with m0n0wall. Three, make a custom image
> > with
> > your config as default.
> Wouldn't work if the interfaces on whatever new hardware I get do not
> match the old ones. Then I'm back to doing what I described.
But you said you have a bunch of the IP110s, so they will match. You only
get that problem if cards move, which can't happen on embedded cards.
> It would be much nicer with a solution like <insert whatever solution
> you like to make software-MAC ethernet adapters work correctly> as an
> integral part of m0n0wall.
A lot of work for an eBay platform. :-) But sounds fun!
> Mounting the generic-pc-1.22.img under Linux gives me nothing:
I would recommend starting a new thread with this. However, commands to
mount a image...
unzip and mount the image file;
gunzip -S ".img" generic-pc-1.22.img
vnconfig vn1 generic-pc-1.22 && mount /dev/vn1 /mnt/vn1
gunzip -c /mnt/vn1/mfsroot.gz > mfsroot
vnconfig vn2 mfsroot && mount /dev/vn2 /mnt/vn2