On 6/14/06, Krist van Besien <krist dot vanbesien at gmail dot com> wrote:
> I have a netopia ADLS modem, and I had it configured with the IP address
> 192.168.3.100. I now added a m0n0wall in to the mix, and set the modem to
> "bridged mode". After configuring m0n0wall to use PPPoe on its WAN
> interface, and entering my username and password I can internet find. So fa
> so good.
> The only problem is that I now can't access the modem anymore. The only
> sollution is to temporarily switch the WAN interface back to a static
> address (192.168.3.1). Then I can get the webbased admin interface of the
> modem again. I don't need it a lot, just to check the speed of my connection
> (ofcourse, it could be that Bluewin never changes this).
> But is there a trick I can use to access the modem anyway? A static route or
> proxy arp or alias on that interface?
Thinking this over myself I think what I need is the following:
- The route to 192.168.2.0/24 should go to the WAN interface. I think
this is allready the case, since this is the default.
- Packets from 192.168.1.0/24 should, when sent out over the WAN
interface with destination 192.168.3.0/24 be nat'ed with a source
address of 192.168.3.1.
- The WAN interface should also repsond to ARP requests for IP
192.168.3.1 so the router knows where to send its response.
If the above asumptions are correct I only need to find out how to do
this on m0n0wall. Any ideas here?
krist dot vanbesien at gmail dot com
Bremgarten b. Bern, Switzerland