On 11/10/07, Jewell, Michael <mjewell at law dot umaryland dot edu> wrote:
> First of all, I didn't say add routes, I said add NAT rules, they're two different animals...
Agreed, my mistake. But NAT rules will defeat my purpose, since I'm
trying to route the LAN addresses, just like one would route public
IP's. It seems that m0n0wall just blocks certain types of traffic on
certain ports. 137, 138, 445 and so on (netbios), but there is no
rules that says it should do that. And it blocks it on the LAN port
when the traced or pinged machine replies to the originator.
> Other question I had was - Are you using public IP's on the inside of both m0n0walls?
No. Private. But my SP routes the private IP between my 2 LANs, so
they might as well be considered public for the purpose of this
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