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Routing between two internal networks


   I have a NetBSD router where re0 is the external interface and wm0 is
the LAN.  I added a new wifi access point to wm1 and created a separate
/24 segment for it.  I.e.:

   re0 - external interface
   wm0 - wired lan,
   wm1 - wifi lan,

   /etc/npf.conf contains:

   map $ext_if dynamic -> $ext_v4
   map $ext_if dynamic -> $ext_v4

   This works fine, but I would like to be able to access the management
interface for the wifi access point ( from the wired lan.
What's the appropriate way to make it possible to reach the wifi LAN
from the wired LAN (for the purpose of accessing the http(s)-based
management interface)?

Kind Regards,
Jan Danielsson

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