Robert Staph said:
> It should also be said that in trying to connect to any of your WAN ip's
> from any point on LAN, DMZ, or equiv interfaces you are actually trying to
> make that type of connection to the m0n0wall itself. (thus giving you the
> refused connection).
Following this thread, I get an education -
I had assumed that I could set up a server NAT between
DMZ and LAN...but it sounds like not....
Is that a GUI issue, or more a BSD firewall issue
(i.e., can't be resolved through special configs)?
It seems like it would be a neat way to avoid the
split horizon issue.