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 From:  Kevin Horton <Kevin dot Horton at HetBrancheBureau dot nl>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Backup through Monowall stops after an hour..........
 Date:  Tue, 20 Dec 2005 12:01:12 +0100
Hallo People,

I'm new here, I have got a problem with Monowall 1.2.
I would like to Backup a server (remote agent installed) on the Lan side
but my backup server is on the Wan side.
1 on 1 Nat (with Proxy Arp) is configured and in the Firewall setup I have
configured that the WAN Ip is allowed Everything (*) to the internal

My connectivety works and I can connect my Veritas Server to the internal
Server and setup a JOB and that works fine.
But after about an hour it quits with an Network/Hardware
error...........weird, I'm sure that some ports are still being blocked but
I've openend all the ports to the internal server.
Is there anythings else I've forgotten..........?

I've tried the backup through a different Interface (not through the
monowall) and that works fine.

            Veritas Server (
            ESX  (PROXY ARP
            |           NAT 1 on 1 ( ----
      SERVER (

Hope you can help me so I can make backups of are VMware Images data.
Greetz Kevin


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