Dino Edwards said:
> I know, I've searched through probably the entire mailing list and
> I've found some things that were helpful, but I have yet to find a
> solutions. I'm having the same issue that that a lot of other people
> have had. Able to connect to the FTP server behind monowall via NAT
> but no directory listing.
> As I understand this, I need to have an outbound rule from the
> server's IP address to the external WAN IP on both port 20 and 21 in
> order for the FTP to
> work? What exactly would an oubound rule for FTP look like considering
> you are not able to specifiy ports in the oubound NAT?
> Does anyone have a precise and useful guide on how to get this to work
> with monowall?
> I have five static IP addresses that have been assigned to monowall in
> the server NAT and I have also enabled ARP proxy. I have an FTP server
> that's accessible via an IP address in the Server NAT and not the WAN
> assigned IP address.
> If you decide to help on this, please include PRECISE instructions on
> how to do this with monowall. I have gotten enough vague information
> on how to do this to last me a lifetime through the mailing list and
> the Internet in general. I just want this to work. Any useful help
> would be grealy appreciated.
I just posted a step by step to:
Neil Schneider pacneil_at_linuxgeek_dot_net
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