On Wed, 6 Oct 2004 18:41:42 +0200,
german dot martin at rses dot rohde dash schwarz dot com
<german dot martin at rses dot rohde dash schwarz dot com> wrote:
> I have two networks: the first one (10.1.0.0/24, WAN interface) has access
> to the Internet through a NAT enabled router, the second subnet
> (192.168.116.0/24, LAN interface) has connection to Internet through a
> m0n0wall machine. I have redirected some ports in the router to machines in
> the second network.
> PC's in the second subnet have no problem accessing the Internet but it
> seems that m0n0wall blocks all connections from the WAN interface,even if I
> only define an "all open" rule in the WAN interface. I could use NAT
> between both networks but I don't want to do that since both have private
> Is what I'm trying to do currently possible with m0n0wall? If so, what an I
> doing wrong?
Do you have the "block private networks" box on the WAN page checked?
If so, uncheck it, that's at least part of it.