you need a crossover cable from the modem to the monowall wan side.
What you are probably experiencing is that you are using a loopback cable or
a non-loopback cable depending on your configuration.
If its MODEM -> M0N0 -> PC You need 2 loopback cables Though, if its MODEM
-> M0NO -> Hub/Switch -> PC(S) You can use a normal cable between the hub
and the switch and the PCs using the feature inside your hub that you
usually depress to switch from computer to whatnot.
Try with diffrent cables and check back with us, Loopbacks are normally
>From: "Scott Moreton" <smoreton at clara dot co dot uk>
>To: <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
>Subject: [m0n0wall] No Link-up Detected
>Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 00:47:52 +0100
>Ive just recently got round to trying m0n0wall, but after putting it on a
>drive and testing it in an old system I have had laying around, I simply
>cannot get to the GUI.
>Ive tried 3 different lan cards, all which seem to appear in the console
>but if I try an auto-detect to assign network ports it just tells me that
>no link-up is detected.
>Ive tried 2 x RTL 8139 based cards and another card which I am unsure of
>Anyone able to help on this?