If you are sure the PPPoE is properly configured and you are getting an IP,
then you could check your DNS server settings. After I initially set mine
up, I could not get out either, until I figured out that the PPPoE does not
auto populate the DNS servers.
Otherwise, it should work out of the box, if the default rule is enabled. I
am new to m0n0 so I am not sure if this default rule is present in all
Source: LAN net
This worked for me right from the start, enough for me to get onto the net.
I did however, disable it and set up connection specific rules for my
network (deny all, allow by exception policy).
Hope this helps,
From: steven murphy [mailto:murphy at imelectronic dot com]
Sent: Thursday, March 25, 2004 2:11 PM
Cc: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: HELP! DSL PPPoE problems
ok, im running a net4501, DSL with PPPoE w/ DHCP gets an IP on eth0,
eth1 is my LAN w/DHCP, the default filtering setup in m0n0 should let
me through, and on the internet , all other settings being the default,
corerect? because I am not getting anywhere.
my next plans are: set up the wireless, set my server with all the
ports being forwarded so I can still serve up HTTP, FTP, e-mail, and so
on, and set bandwidth shaping on the wired ethernet ports, and wired as