> Chris, I respect and agree with what you said but,
> What I don't understand is. where m0n0wall keep the files I upload?
It is either root, or /usr/local/www and I honestly don't remember
which. I would use shell commands in the bootup, and exec.php to add
them on the fly.
> * If someone wants to ARP poison that network, this won't stop anyone
> from poisoning the client PCs,
> * and you aren't going to be able to maintain static ARP on every PC.
> Hence you can't truly deploy static ARP
> I am using software to provide static arp entry on the client PCs
Which means only the switches will have the bad arp entries... Ooops! :)
> I did not try building my own image, as m0n0wall almost fit.
> But I wish to have this feature in next m0n0wall beta image.
Building your own image is not as hard as you think. I have a QEMU
image on Chris's site that makes it very easy. Do not be afraid to spin
a custom image, if only for a default config with the correct nics in it.