> > However, accessing OPT1 from the LAN fails unless an outbound NAT rule
> > created specifically for it.
> You're missing a firewall rule. You don't need NAT at all to go from
> LAN -> OPT or vice versa, that's just routed according to the routing
> table, as Fred mentioned. If you put in a rule allowing LAN -> OPT1,
> it should work.
Tried that - I couldn't access the wireless LAN from any of my machinse,
except from the m0n0wall box itself.
Once outbound NAT was enabled, it worked.
Could it be because the wireless LAN interface is 80.10.0.x?