Per your above, the port forwarding 80 from the ER4 to the pcWRT did the trick, but only after I allowed ICMP traffic through. And I did get to the pcWRT subnet (from the ER4) when I adjusted the ‘next hop’ address of the static route to the ‘WAN’ IP of the pcWRT, not the native subnet gateway. That might explain why it didn’t matter if I have the firewall turned off.
Hi. Related to the above comments, I have a more general question. I have set the pcWRT behind a Ubiquiti ER4, and setup static routes between the two subnets (a 192.168.x, and 10.x respectively). The pcWRT routes out fine, and can ping into the Ubiquiti subnet (the 10.x) fine. The reverse isn’t working even if I turn off the iptables in the pcWRT. Even stranger is this: The pcWRT gets assigned a ‘WAN’ IP (10.x) from the Ubiquiti subnet, and I can ping that fine from both subnets; however, I can’t bring up the administrative interface on that ‘WAN’ IP in the Ubiquiti subnet, even though its a LAN IP from the ER4. This doesn’t make any sense to me, particularly since the last comment confirms port forwarding isn’t necessary. Basically, at the end of the day, I want to manage the pcWRT only from the Ubiquiti subnet. Thoughts welcome.