Chris Buechler wrote:
> On 9/5/05, Ken Herner <krherner at mtu dot edu> wrote:
>> Hello. Here is what I am at now. I currently have my web server set
>> up and running on my computer. It is connected to a hub, then
>> connected to my machine running monowall. Monowall is giving it an
>> ip address and every thing. I am able to connect to my web server
>> via localhost. Now, when ever anyone tries to connect to my web
>> server via my IP address, or alias(name.resnet.mtu.edu) from the
>> internet, they are continually brought to the monowall login.
>> Is there a way to set up monowall so when some one enteres in my IP
>> address, or alias, into there web browser, it will connect to my web
> use inbound NAT. It shouldn't interfere with the webGUI port, or if
> it does, change the webGUI to HTTPS.
Correct me if I am wrong but, you should not get the WebGUI on the WAN
IP. Unless you have followed this:
If you thought you were opening HTTP to your web server and did the
above - remove that rule... Then do inbound NAT (with auto-create
firewall rule) as Chris instructed.
James W. McKeand