At 10:02 PM 10/30/2003, Ira Snyder wrote:
>>Monowall is not working for me at all. None of my port bindings work
>>whatsoever. No NAT ports forward, even though all firewall rules are
>>properly setup. I cannot use my web server, I cannot use SSH.. I am going
>>insane trying to understand what I could possibly be doing wrong - the
>>settings are correct, and the firewall is not blocking anything, as I
>>have checked the logs. It simply denies the existence of any port
>>forwardings. Please Help.
>Perhaps you don't have NAT rules set up?
>When you forward ports you need both a NAT rule, and a firewall rule.
>TCP 22 192.168.1.12 22 SSH to Server
>TCP * * 192.168.1.12 22 NAT SSH to Server
>That is how I forwarded ssh to my server box.
If you start at the NAT screen, at the bottom is a checkbox offering to
make the matching firewall rules.
I found that out after setting up SSH by starting with a firewall rule and
then setting up the NAT.
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