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 From:  Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Rules to Servers on Opt1
 Date:  Thu, 29 Sep 2005 21:12:10 -0400
On 9/29/05, Steve Yates <steve at teamits dot com> wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Sep 2005 09:30:35 +1000
> Mark Wass <mark dot wass at market dash analyst dot com> wrote:
> > I did not plan to, did I have to?
>        I was hoping someone else would jump in, but it sounded to me
> like you were setting up firewall rules to permit or disallow traffic.
> However wouldn't you also need to route the traffic between WAN and OPT1
> somehow?  Like with a static route?

That was my first question too, whether it was bridged, since you
can't get to a bridged network from hosts on a NAT'ed interface. 
Won't be a problem since that isn't the case here.

Don't enter static routes for directly connected networks.

> If I have a web server on Opt1 that has a REAL IP of A.B.C.2/27 is this
> the correct rule to allow access to it from the WAN interface.
> Opt1 IP is in the same subnet as the server A.B.C.1/27
> Rule on the WAN interface
> Pass/Block   Proto    Source   Port   Destination   Port
>  Pass        *        *       *      A.B.C.2       80

that's correct.

> Do I need any rules to allow access to this web server from the LAN
> subnet (

Since the default LAN rule allows everything, unless you've changed
that, you can access OPT from the LAN.

> As for Rules on the Opt1 Interface I was just planning on having this,
> is this correct?
> Rule on the Opt1 interface
> Pass/Block   Proto    Source   Port   Destination   Port
>   Pass        *        *       *          *         *

to start with, yeah, that's good.

> This rule should allow all traffic originating from the Opt1 subnet out
> to any destination on any port, right? I could of course then restrict
> what traffic is sent out from this subnet, right?