Christopher M. Iarocci wrote:
> 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.
Yes, thank you, I can see the new IP of OPT1 (192.168.1.5/8) now in the
interfaces page. But I still can't ping from a Wireless host to
192.168.1.5. My access point is 192.168.1.6/8, my wireless host is
Do I need a NAT-Rule or a special IPF-Rule? I only set a rule to pass
any from any on OPT1. And yes, I just upgraded to 1.0.
Thank you in advance!
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