From: "David Sabo" <dsabo at valeven dot com>
> m0n0wall A
> LAN: 192.168.100.0/24
> WAN: DHCP DSL
> OPT1: 192.168.120.2
> m0n0wall B
> LAN: 192.168.110.0/24
> WAN: Public IP
> OPT1: 192.168.120.1
> m0n0wall A OPT1 - crossover cable - m0n0wall B OPT1
> If I ping from m0n0wall A OPT1 IP I get response from m0n0wall B
> OPT1 IP, but if I ping from m0n0wall B LAN to m0n0wall A OPT1 IP I don't
> a response neither the other way.
> I create the static routes but nothing.
> How should I configure the OPTs interfaces in order to route from
> m0n0wall A LAN to m0n0wall B LAN?
What firewall rules do you have? Default, nothing is allowed, so you need
to allow traffic in on the Opt1 interfaces. You can copy the LAN default
rule if you wish for testing, but you may not want to have that in