On 10/26/05, Roland Giesler <roland at giesler dot za dot net> wrote:
> I have strange problem in M0n0wall which probably has to do with the my lack
> of understanding of iptables and firewalls, but...
> If I NAT traffic from WAN to LAN on port 443, the attempted traffic is not
> even registered in the logs. No block or accept entry. Nothing, nada,
> zilch. However, if I use a secondary IP on the WAN, it all works 100%!
> (I'm refering to adding another IP under "Server NAT")
is your webGUI using https?
> However, when I attempt to add the WAN ip to the SERVER NAT list, M0n0wall
> informs me that:
> The following input errors were detected:
> * The WAN IP address may not be used in a Server NAT entry.
> Does this mean that I cannot NAT from the WAN addres?
No, the interface address option on the Inbound NAT screen does that.
Server NAT is only for IP's other than your WAN IP.
> If I set up a NAT rule from the external IP I've added under "Server NAT" it
> works 100%, but if I switch back to the default IP on the WAN port, it
> Here's some data for the config that works. Below that is the config that
> doesn't work.
config.xml, or the entire status.php page, would be much more useful.
The bit you provided doesn't help much.