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 From:  "Seth Rothenberg" <seth at pachai dot net>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  routing
 Date:  Sun, 29 Aug 2004 13:06:21 -0400 (EDT)
This is sort of a repeat of the same question I asked a bit ago.
Here's more info, and an offer of some sort.
I include some ROUTE.EXE command output,
and netstat -nr, and a clip of the Rule I use.

One of the big attractions of m0n0wall is the inclusion of PopTop.
I am trying to use PopTop to secure the wireless segment
_on the way to_ the Internet.

PopTop is working, as I can read my mail
over the LAN which is on the other side of the tunnel,
but I can't route to the internet from the Laptop.

I am currently testing with Windows,
which is what I need to support, as I think there
are only two people NOT using windows in this town.

I can try to get a better traceroute from Linux later,
however, I definitely need this to work from Windows.
And, I am fairly certain that there should be a rule
or a route I need to add to fix this.

If anyone has done this - or knows how to -
I would appreciate help.  If someone knows what it
would take to figure out, I would pay a bit, as
not having this working is costing me money.
Please reply off-list if you want to help.


$ netstat -nr
Routing tables

Destination        Gateway            Flags    Refs      Use  Netif Expire
default      UGSc        3    54542   sis1
10.248.126/24      link#1             UC          1        0   sis0     00:20:ed:45:17:4f  UHLW        1    13399   sis0   1197
10.248.127/24      link#7             UC          1        0    wi0      00:02:6f:07:56:a8  UHLW        6   592036    wi0   1190          UH          1        0    lo0 link#2             UC          1        0   sis1    00:00:c5:97:30:20  UHLW        5      267   sis1   1091          UGHS        0        0    lo0

I have a rule for OPT1 (
 *  	 OPT1 net  	 *  	 *  	 *  	 OPT1 -> any
I also have 2 rules on LAN interface, one for just LAN Net,
and for testing, a rule for LAN interfacae, but ANY network, to anywhere.
 *  	 *  	 *  	 *  	 *  	 Default LAN -> any