>> In my current, and hopefully soon replaced, setup on my Linux DHCP
>> server provides the default gateway address via the "option routers
>> 192.168.15.1" command in /etc/dhcpd.conf.
>> I don't see where, in m0n0wall under the DHCP pages, there is a place
>> to provide the default gateway. I'd like the machines to be able to
>> move between the subnets seamlessly, but that would seen to require
>> gateway be served via DHCP. Is there a way to do this?
> In m0n0 you don't have to explicitly set the default gateway. There
> isn't a way to "set" the default gateway on the DHCP lease, because it
> will just be set to point to m0n0's interface IP address.
> You would be able to move the machiense between the subnets seamlessly
> by setting DHCP on those interfaces that you would like to move
> between. As your machine connects to another interface, it will pick
> up the new lease and use the new gateway.
Well, I do have DHCP set up on my LAN interface 192.168.15.0/24 and I
my WAN port connected to my ISP (cablemodem). I cannot, from the LAN
segment, communicate with anything on the Internet (i.e. no web pages,
e-mail servers, nothing). Here are my firewall rules and NAT rules:
Proto Source Port Destination Port Description
* LAN Net * * * default LAN -> ANY
My WAN rules are as follows:
Proto Source Port Destination Port Destination
* LAN net * * * Allow outgoing packets from LAN interface
My Outbound NAT rules are as follows:
Interface Source Destination Target Description
WAN 192.168.15.50/24 * * General outbound NAT rule
NOTE: I've tried having no "WAN" rule as well as having the above WAN
rule and I get the same results: my clients on 192.168.15.0/24 cannot
communicate to the Internet.
Still, I cannot communicate. Do you see anything wrong with my rule