Office 2004 Test Drive User --> m0n0wall (2004-06-26 00:42:45 +0200):
> > I just did exactly that on a WRAP.1C-2 using m0n0wall 1.0 - seems to
> > work fine. You did assign the interface ("Interfaces -> (assign)"),
> > didn't you?
> Well, uhm,... Damn, thought that would be done automagically :-) Okay, I
> assigned the interface ... Shouldn't this be automated for the Wrap1.C-2 ?
> The LAN and WAN interface are auto-assigned, so autoassigning the DMZ
> interface shouldn't be a problem.
It's not, you just did it ;-)
IMHO this should not be automated. Even if there are >2 interfaces one
don't know how many of them the user is going to use. However, you need
at least 2 interfaces on a router, so that's probably why two are assigned
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