What type of rules are you talking about? For instance, if you
specifically block TCP to a certain IP address, ping will still work
because it's ICMP. Could you post your rules?
Claude Morin wrote:
> I'm setting up a bridged m0n0wall, to partition off some internal PCs
> the rest of the network while keeping the same IP addresses. The "Enable
> filtering bridge" checkbox in "System: Advanced setup" is enabled,
> OPT1 is
> bridged to the LAN, and I have firewall rules in place:
> - on the LAN interface to control traffic into OPT1
> - on the OPT1 interface to control traffic out to anywhere
> The problem I'm having is that the rules seem to be ignored. Even if
> I have
> rules that forbid traffic from LAN to OPT1 and vice versa, ping from one
> side to the other continues to work.
> Can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong?
> Thanks in advance,
> keywords: filtering bridge, bridging firewall