Daniel L. Hunter wrote:
> Here's where I'm really confused. In the log files, it shows that
> firewall allowed the telnet traffic to pass into the network. But I
> can't initiate a telnet session from outside. I can, however, from
> inside. Also, nothing is getting logged when I attempt an http
> request. I've done this by trying to telnet to port 80 as well as
> using a web browser (http://www.techmethods.com/images/image4.gif).
> So I'm lost. I checked with the ISP and they're not blocking any of
> the traffic. I can ping the router from outside the network and at
> least some of the traffic is being logged. I've tried this
> configuration with Proxy ARP both on and off using the WAN ip
> but neither worked. Any help you could provide would be much
Your screen shots look fine...
How are you testing this "from the outside"? Are you trying to reach
the Public IP from the LAN side?
Known Issue: http://www.m0n0.ch/wall/docbook/faq-lannat.html
It is not possible to access NATed services using the public (WAN) IP
address from within LAN (or an optional network).
Try to connect from a laptop with a dialup connection...
James W. McKeand