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 From:  Joe Commisso <jemc at bluefrog dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] WAN has no link light at one location, but works at home
 Date:  Sat, 14 Oct 2006 16:05:44 -0400
You don't suppose the cable modem requires a crossover cable do you?
I used two straight through which both worked on the wireless router, 
but not the wrap m0n0wall.

Joe Commisso wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a strange problem.
> My box is a wrap model and it works fine at home.
> My verizon isp gives me a non-static ip address and I have a cheap 
> belkin router connected to that so I don't have to fuss with the pppoe 
> user and password all the time.
> The local side of the router allows static ip addresses on the subnet 
> of
> Like I said, the m0n0wall 1.22 works fine here.
> I only have one wan rule that allows https web gui access.
> Proto      Source      Port      Destination            
> Port                      Description
> TCP       *               *        WAN address       443 (HTTPS)
> And the lan rule is
> Proto      Source      Port      Destination            
> Port                       Description
> *       LAN net             *           *                        *
> I found this doc:
> http://doc.m0n0.ch/handbook/troubleshooting-nolinklight.html
> Which suggests a bad ethernet port, but it works here at home before 
> and after I tried it on a static dsl modem.
> I do not have a link light when connecting to the static dsl modem, 
> but if I connect the linksys wireless router that was there, it has a 
> link light and internet.
> At home here I have a link light and internet. In fact I am using the 
> m0n0wall as my gateway right now.
> Any suggestions?
> TIA,
> Joe
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