From your diagram, it appears you have a Soekris 4801 running
If so, I would suggest putting the m0n0wall WAN directly to the
incoming internet 10.0.0.138 (private?) connection.
The m0n0wall LAN would connect to your wired 192.168.1.x/24 clients.
(Maybe the Linksys router shown could be replaced with a small switch?)
The m0n0wall OPT would connect to your wireless 10.10.10.x/24 clients.
Study all the m0n0wall help docs, and teach yourself the how the WAN/
LAN/OPT relate to each other.
On Oct 30, 2006, at 7:52 PM, PixSell wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Can anyone tell me if this rule is correct ?
> I would like to deny the range from ( 10.10.10.199 to 10.10.10.11)
> to access
> to 192.168.1.*
> My network: http://sotradema.free.fr/network.jpg
> the 3 rules I made: http://sotradema.free.fr/mono.jpg
> If not correct , please send me a screenshot to show me the correct
> I really appreciate your help