I did the flip, and changed from DHCP to PPPoE. Same problem. LAN side is
completely unresponsive. No output to the console (at least nothing within
the minute I waited). I wasn't in a position to verify whether the WAN
interface updated to the PPPoE connection successfully before I had to
reboot the machine, though that was the behaviour I'd seen before I switched
So, we can assume that it's not the cards, as the behavior is consistent for
whichever one is the LAN or the WAN card. Any other ideas? My cable
connection is acting up (again), so I'm likely to be switch between the two
a fair bit over the next few weeks.
On 10/7/06, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal dash pc dot org> wrote:
> From: "Michael MacLeod" <mikemacleod at gmail dot com>
> > Whenever I change the WAN interface settings for m0n0wall, the LAN
> > interface
> > becomes unreponsive. I uncovered this recently when changing from DHCP
> > PPPoE because my cable connection had gone down, but I also have a DSL
> > connection. Immediately after hitting the save button, the LAN interface
> > becomes completely unresponsive. I was able to determine that the
> > are successfully applied to the WAN interface properly, and the WAN
> > interface is perfectly responsive after hitting the save button. The
> > way to regain the LAN interface is to reboot the machine from the
> > When the system comes back up, the WAN interface changes are there (but
> > knew that already, as it works even when the LAN interface doesn't), and
> > the
> > LAN interface works great, until the internet connection goes down again
> > and
> > I have to make another adjustment...
> > Background:
> > build: generic-pc 1.22 and 1.23b1 tested, problem persists in both
> > cpu: PII400
> > mem: 64megs (never seen it over 40% used)
> > image installed on hard disk, as is config file.
> > LAN -> vr0 ( 192.168.1.1)
> > WAN -> ed0
> > ISP1: Rogers Extreme Internet
> > ISP2: Bell High Speed DSL (dry loop)
> > Any suggestions?
> Flip the cards. Make LAN ed0 and WAN vr0 and see if the problem "moves."
> Some cards can be flaky.
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