The Bell modem/router uses 192.168.2.x for router mode. I'm using
192.168.1.x. Also, this happens when going from PPPoE to DHCP (Rogers gives
me a regular public IP, no router mode sillyness). The cable modem uses
192.168.10.x when it's not communicating properly with Rogers, which again
wouldn't cause problems. So I doubt it's an IP subnet thing.
On 10/11/06, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> On 10/11/06, Michael MacLeod <mikemacleod at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > I did the flip, and changed from DHCP to PPPoE. Same problem. LAN side
> > completely unresponsive. No output to the console (at least nothing
> > 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
> > the cards.
> > So, we can assume that it's not the cards, as the behavior is consistent
> > whichever one is the LAN or the WAN card. Any other ideas?
> My only idea at this point is your ISP is using something on the same
> IP subnet as your LAN, and when the PPPoE comes up, your WAN side has
> an IP within the same subnet as your LAN and hence m0n0wall gets
> What I'd try next is changing your LAN subnet to something completely
> different. Like if it's 192.168.1.0/24, change it to 172.16.0.0/24,
> or something like that. In case they're using a 192.168.0.0/16
> somewhere, make sure you're entirely off that space.