Chris Buechler wrote:
>On Sun, 05 Dec 2004 20:47:46 +1100, Brenton Hooper
><razer82 at ozemail dot com dot au> wrote:
>>My current network setup consists of 512/512kbs DSL comming in to
>>m0n0wall. M0n0wall has 3 NIC's (all intel pro100's), one for the WAN
>>(DSL connection) one for the LAN (internal clients), one for the DMZ
>>(web server, etc.).
>>LAN - 192.168.83.1/24
>>DMZ - 192.168.85.1/24
>>Webserver - 192.168.85.20
>>I can get though to the webserver on the DMZ no problems from the LAN.
>>However, I can't from the WAN.
>>I setup the following NAT -
>>interface - WAN
>>External Address - Interface Address
>>Protocal - TCP
>>External Port Range -
>> From - HTTP
>>to - (other)
>Should be "to - HTTP" there.
>If that doesn't work, does that box have m0n0wall's DMZ interface IP
>as its default gateway?
Thanks for replying Chris.
Na, thats the port range. The 'to' lets you specifiy a range of ports.
However, below it it states -
"specify the port or port range on the firewall's external address for
this mapping Hint: you can leave the 'to' field empty if you only want
to map a single port.
I've got the webservers default gateway set as the m0n0wall's DMZ
interface IP address. I've tested that by gaining access to it from LAN
Any other ideas?