Well... if I understand you correctly, then your rules should look like:
Rules 3rd NIC : Allow * 3rd NIC * * *
Rules LAN : Allow * LAN net * * *
After that put your computer on one NIC and ping the router address (gateway) of the other NIC. If
you get a reply then you should be OK.
3rd NIC IP address: 10.10.10.1
LAN NIC IP address: 192.168.1.1
If you connect your computer to LAN NIC and your computer get the address 192.168.1.100, then try to
ping 10.10.10.1. If you get a reply you should be able to reach the 3rd NIC network. If no reply
then you've overlooked something.
Skickat: den 25 april 2014 11:49
Till: Daniel Jokinen
Kopia: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
No i have enabled the 3th NIC.
Rules 3Th NIC : * * * * *
Rules LAN : * LAN net * * *
That's correct ?
Von: Daniel Jokinen [mailto:daniel dot jokinen at linford dot se]
Gesendet: Freitag, 25. April 2014 11:23
An: Riemenschneider, Dennis
Betreff: SV: Insert 3th NIC to route Subnet
A normal "allow all" rule on both networks should allow traffic between them. Simply add an allow
rule on each interface, allowing any outgoing traffic with any protocol. You need this to access
internet too, so it's almost standard in all configs.
Skickat: den 25 april 2014 11:15
Till: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Next to my normal Network i want to route an 10.x.y.z /24 network. So I insert a 3th NIC . So which
rules I have to insert that I a connection from my normal network to the 10.x.y.z and the way back ?