On Fri, 25 Jun 2004, Justin Ellison wrote:
> The problem is that you're pinging from the WAN side, but your tunnel
> exists from your LAN IP's. You need to change the source address from
> which you are pinging from to the LAN side. Go to exec.php, and paste
> the following command in m0n0wall-1:
> /sbin/ping -c 10 -S 192.168.90.4 192.168.100.250
The default source address is the IP address of the interface on which the
packet will be sent. When pinging through a tunnel, that would be the IP
address of the *tunnel's* virtual interface. The -S option is only needed
for testing fairly bizarre things. And if it *were* needed, nothing else
would work, anyway, since there's no -S equivalent in most TCP/UDP
> This should work as expected. If not, your tunnels aren't configured
> quite properly.
I'd guess the latter.