On 8/2/07, Henning Andreseck <AndreseckH at gymszbad dot de> wrote:
> I think my question is very simple, but I dont know the answer, i hope
> you can help me
> Ive got a D-Link DSL-Modem that establishes the Internet connection, and
> distributes internal IP-Adresses via DHCP (220.127.116.11/24). The Monowall
> gets a IP-Adress of this range and has a ip-adress of my LAN
> The Modem has a webinterface. now my question:
> how can i access the webinterface from the lan?? i can ping the ip of
> the modem, but cant access the webinterface.
In the webinterface, "interfaces/WAN", at the bottom there is an option
"block private networks",
PS I suppose you know your WAN network needs to have a different ip range
then your LAN network.