On Thursday 22 July 2004 21:29, Fred Wright wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Jul 2004, neotjah wrote:
> > You were most likely letting the modem do NAT. This explains why the
> > modem hanged up, a lot of (home)-hardwarerouters have the same problem: A
> > lot of connections, and it locks up. When the modem is in bridgemode,
> > slap me if I'm wrong ;), it only passes data from one interface to the
> > next. You could try to set the modem in bridgemode since you are behind
> > the m0n0wall box.
*slaped* twice :)
> While it's true that a NAT implementation with a limited number of entries
> can get in trouble with a large number of connections, NAT is completely
> orthogonal to the use of bridging. You can choose whether to use the
> modem's NAT feature (if available), but the usual choice between bridging
> and PPTP is determined by the ISP.
In my case mon does pptp as a client to the isp, and more or less i need to
reboot or monowall or the modem daily. The does not do nat or other
Is there data I could provide to make the issue more clear ?