On 11/24/05 08:54 Alain Fauconnet said the following:
> So why do I still have all those NAT-related entries in the status.php
> output? OK, I need to study ipfw and ipnat... my culture is Linux's
could they be a holdover from the dynamic NAT states created when NAT was
enabled ? a reboot should clean them however.
> My guts feeling is that statefulness works only for LAN->WAN
> connections by design of M0n0wall, so I need to "hack" the
with NAT turned on, you cant have a connection initiated from the WAN to
the LAN without port forwarding the relevant ports. with NAT turned off
however, bidirectional connections are possible. on a few of the m0n0walls
i have at home, i've turned off NAT on LAN to be able to do just this.
Regards, /\_/\ "All dogs go to heaven."
dinesh at alphaque dot com (0 0) http://www.alphaque.com/
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