<60e5bf4c0803080752u1fa6f8ebvf3d5b4ccf70f00b3 at mail dot gmail dot com>, Juan
Carlos Huerta <juancarloshuerta at gmail dot com> writes
>So what is the main purpose in to select an interface in the static routes
>screen? I was trying to make this work creating a static route for LAN2 to
>redirect al traffic from this interface to a new gateway, and leave LAN1
>traffic to use the default gateway. The problem now is that after creating
>the route for LAN2 it applies too for LAN1, now ALL the traffic is using the
>alternate gateway, so I don't understand the goal of selecting an interface
>while creating a static route.
You're thinking about it the wrong way round. The static routes are
designed so you can tell m0n0wall what networks are behind a router
connected to your LAN or OPT interfaces. WAN is anything that's not on
your LAN / OPT interfaces.
m0n0wall is not designed to support multiple WAN links - you may want to
look at pfsense (although I've never used it so can't say whether it
will solve your problem).
>On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 8:20 PM, Fred Grayson <fred underscore grayson at yahoo dot com> wrote:
>> Juan Carlos Huerta <juancarloshuerta at gmail dot com> wrote: Hi all!, I have to
>> LANs: 192.168.0.0/24 and 192.168.1.0/24, each one in
>> different switches, the LAN1 is for administrative PCs, and LAN2 for
>> operative PCs, then I have a third LAN 192.168.3.0/24. In the third LAN I
>> have 2 DSL routers, each one with different DSL links to Internet.
>> I want to pass all Internet traffic from LAN1 (administrative PCs) via
>> router (192.168.3.1) and LAN2 (operative PCs) via DSL2 router (192.168.3.2
>> So the config I'm using is:
>> m0n0wall (Soekris):
>> LAN1 interface: 192.168.0.1
>> LAN2 interface: 192.168.1.1
>> WAN interface: 192.168.3.3
>> DSL1 interface: 192.168.3.1
>> DSL2 interface: 192.168.3.2
>> I tried making a static route for LAN1 to use as gateway DSL1 for internet
>> traffic and LAN2 to use the default gateway (DSL2), but it does not
>> any idea?
>> I used in the static route:
>> Interface: LAN1
>> Destination Network: 0.0.0.0/1
>> Gateway: 192.168.3.1
>> Is this Ok??? is the mask "1" ok?
>> Juan Carlos
>> I'm sure someone will correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think it's
>> possible (yet) to multihome m0n0wall.
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