> Yes, when changing the LAN interface IP/Mask I also update the DHCP
> range to match. (Incidently, the gui-conf for the dhcp dynamic range
> showing the correct available range for non /24s, nice touch.) I've
> tried using DHCP to obtain the ip, as well as hardcoding on the client
> system. My test system doesn't even get arp established against the
> monowall box.
have you tried rebooting after making the change - mono, the client, AND the
switch in between? (preferred order, mono, switch, client). I had a buggy
switch that wouldn't properly handle subnet changes... return to normal
function seemed to coincide with the switch's cache expiry...