I wrote again:
> UPDATE! Well I decided I would try swapping interfaces around in the back
> of the m0n0 box to see if that did anything. Whatdoyouknow... It worked
> like a charm. I simply swapped the WAN and LAN cables around on the m0n0
> box's NICs and then reset back to factory. Everything works perfectly
> now. I have no idea why that would cause a problem. Two of the NICs are
> exactly the same kind while the other one is a different brand. Perhaps
> that was causing a problem. Whatever it is, it is solved. I can ping and
> talk to anything in the DMZ. I guess this is good information to know
> incase this should happen to someone in the future.
> Thank you so much for everyone's help. You guys are a great wealth of
> knowledge! I'll will be hanging around this list for a while.
Sigh... Ok it *was* working perfectly. I went to download the current
config, and THAT apparently broke it. I can't ping anything now, but one
minute before, it all worked flawlessly. In fact, I can still see the
successful ping results in my DOS prompt window right above my failed
attempts. I hadn't downloaded the config until this moment so it worked all
the way up until then. I'll try reloading the current config.... Are there
any known bugs with the "download feature"??