Chris Flugstad wrote:
> I have a Wireless AP on the lan, instead of using the monowall as the
> AP(ex. 192.168.1.2). I have 3 AP's actually. What I am trying to do
> is remotely log into them using port forwarding. I did this easily
> on my old linksys, but for some reason i think im missing a rule, or
> something in the firewall setttings. What i'd like to do is
> basicallly put in the WAN IP with the port that is forwarded(ex.
> 126.96.36.199:3333) and have it open up the wireless AP on
> 192.168.1.2. Can anyone help me?
Assuming you use different ports on each AP.
I would use Inbound NAT:
External address: Interface address
External port range from: (other) <port>
to: (other) <port>
NAT IP: <Enter the internal IP address>
Local port: (other) <port>
Description: Give it a good description
Check the "Auto-add a firewall rule to permit traffic through this NAT
You would be able to connect to the WAN IP:<port> from off site and
connect to the AP with the corresponding port. You will create 3 such
rules (1 for each AP). Make sure you have security of some kind on the
AP - its admin interface will be open to the world...
James W. McKeand