Depends on the game. Some will only allow you to play against other
games it can see on the same subnet. Others will allow you to enter any
IP address you want and in that case you will only need to ensure that
the TCP/UDP ports for that particular game are allowed through the two
networks. Do you mean 192.168.1.1/24?
>If I wanted to play tcp/ip games from one subnet to another on m0n0wall what
>would need to be done?
>I'm assuming a static route, but I could be wrong
>My LAN subnet is 220.127.116.11/24
>My son's subnet is 10.172.2.1/28
>What is needed to have the two of us connect up and play some father/son RPG