On Feb 11, 2008 9:18 AM, SÃ©bastien Allard <sallard at sintra dot ca> wrote:
> Site 1 : 192.168.10.1/255.255.255.0
> Site 2 : 192.168.15.1/255.255.255.0
> So I want all the traffic of the site 1 pass thru the gateway of the Site 2.
As everyone said, m0n0wall doesn't really support using an IPSEC
tunnel as a default route.
However, this is still possible, in a way. With m0n0wall you cannot
use static routes to direct traffic over a tunnel, you can only add
more tunnels to route multiple subnets to a remote site. Therefore you
simply add enough tunnels to cover the entire IPv4 address space (it
took 9 tunnels when I did it-- don't overlap local subnets), which
will effectively route all traffic across the tunnels to the remote
This is a very ugly hack, yet I had it working for several years
before I replaced the m0n0walls with Linux routers running OpenVPN. It
will be nice once OpenVPN returns to m0n0wall.