Thibodeau, Dale wrote:
> So far I've been unsuccessful trying to get monowall working with WAN
> side management. I've gone through the FAQ and the list archive and
> nothing is working.
> Here's a quick synopsis;
> monowall version 1.2b9
> WAN IP: 10.64.0.64 (our internal network)
> LAN IP: 192.168.1.1
Hmm, I think that there is an explicit rule that prevent private IP's
from the wan.
> The first thing I did was enable HHTPS on the webgui. I've tried every
> combination of the firewall rule available, from targeting the exact
> IP's to opening up the whole subnet and nothing will let work. I've
> also tried all combinations with the "block private networks" box
> checked and unchecked. I've tried it with the WAN IP dhcp'd and static.
> Nothing. The firewall logs show that it's blocking my correct IP from
> XXX port to port 443, so I know I'm specifying the correct rule
> My only other thought is that our WAN side IP scheme uses 255.240.0.0 as
> the subnet mask, which may be abnormal.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks everyone!
> Dale Thibodeau
> UW-Fox Valley Network Administrator
> Information & Instructional Technology
> 920-832-2719 dthibode at uwc dot edu <blocked::mailto:dthibode at uwc dot edu>
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