You should bridge OPT1 interface with your LAN interface if you want
them to be on the same network. You can't assign 2 different NIC cards
IPs on the same subnet.
Michael Zahno wrote:
> I'm using a WRAP-Board (www.pcengines.ch) with the latest m0n0wall
> (pb27r630). My Board's got three RJ45 Connectors, of which sis0 > LAN,
> sis1 > WAN and sis2 > OPT1. WLAN > ADSL-Router and LAN > My Network
> I assigned the IP 192.168.1.5 to OPT1 and made a rule for testing: any >
> any on OPT1. 192.168.1.6 is my Airport-Basestation. PING 192.168.1.5
> from a WLAN-Machine shows up ret=-1 and "Host is down".
> Weird: In Status > Interfaces I can't see the IP for OPT1. But the
> Satus is 'up'...
> Is there another Conf-Option which I have overseen?
> Any help is welcome :-)