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James W. McKeand wrote:
| Why use 1-to-1 NAT? Is the External IP for the mail server the same as
| the WAN IP? Have you considered using Server NAT and the open the
| ports you need (SMTP, POP3, IMAP, etc...)?
Ah, the typical Linux/OSS answer. Nice. I can try this for
experimentation, but note that this would not be a solution.
| From the WI network are you
| trying to access mail.zachlowry.net or 192.168.0.22? I assume that the
| laptop is using the m0n0wall as its DNS. Have you considered putting a
| entry in your host file on the laptop that points mail.zachlowry.net
| to 192.168.0.22 (this would need to be removed when away from
If you'll check my original message you'll see that I note I have DNS
forwarder configured to point mail.zachlowry.net to 192.168.0.22.
MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN
zach at zachlowry dot net
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