> Ehhrm I thought I mentioned the cascading setup earlier and also the
> But my message might not have been clear. (grin)
> As for the details, there's not much detail to mention. The only firewall
> occasionally freezes is still the one connected to the internet. Allthough
> all P2P
> traffic gets blocked. So it might indeed be something like the NAT table
> out of space or something. (excuse the lack of technical terms here. ;-))
> I'm going to post an image tomorrow, at work, which describes the layout
> of my
> setup. A picture says more than... well you know.
> I really do not know what kind of details you want to know, I'll add the
> ones to my e-mail I'm going to send to the list tomorrow. Bare with me!
> I'm on
> borrowed internet time here.
Okay, I finally got one of my spare units configured as a filtering bridge
(WAN to OPT) and it is currently sitting on the outside of my main m0n0wall.
I have tested all of my inbound rules and they are all working. I have both
monitored and I will know which one licks up right away. They are both on
the 2 AM reboot schedule right now just to make me sleep better at night -
although I did have a freeze at 11:30 last night. :-(
I'm blocking everything inbound - other than 1:1 client connections (I let
everything through to them, on their own VLAN). I guess we wait and see