On 26.12.2003, at 18:22, Here's Jonny wrote:
I suppose we better document the non-straightforward stuff first.
Adding NAT and filter rules definitely doesn't count for
> that hard here either should it.
If you got it working with a Linksys, then I don't see why you should
have any problems doing the same with m0n0wall.
> The basics are as follows
> Wan = 206.9.217.xxx
> Lan = 220.127.116.11
> Web Server = 192.168.1.90 site 1 =
> port 80
> site 2 = port 100
> Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
Access the webGUI, click Firewall -> NAT, click the plus button to add
a new rule, enter 80 in all of the three port number fields (or just
choose HTTP from the menu), enter 192.168.1.90 as the "NAT IP", check
the "Auto-add a firewall rule..." checkbox, click Save, repeat these
steps with 100 for the port number, click Apply changes, and arrange
for a visit at your hairdresser's to get your hair fixed. :) It doesn't
get more simple than that! Just remember that you cannot access your
web server with its public IP address from LAN - the reasons for that
have been discussed about a dozen times before on this list.