On Wed, 4 Aug 2004, Eric Collins wrote:
> go to your m0n0wall exec page http://192.168.1.1/exec.php
> (change 192.168.1.1 to your lan side IP)
> then execute the command "ipnat -l"
> (thatls a lower case L in the command option)
> This should output the current NAT states. This shouldn't be too hard to
> roll into a php page to upload for permanent use.
A PHP page to execute the command and display the output would be pretty
simple. A PHP page to pretty up the output so that people don't complain
about its being too cryptic would be harder. :-)
BTW, has anyone else noticed that exec.php doesn't work with HTTPS?