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 From:  Daniel Solsona <dsolsona at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Connect to DMZ from LAN through WAN
 Date:  Fri, 10 Feb 2006 10:20:35 +0100
Probably here is the answer if I've understood you


2006/2/10, Alberto (Warfox) De Boni <warfox at neobe dot it>:
> Hi, i'm playing around with Monowall installed on a PC with 3 nic's.
> I've searched on the archive for an answer to my question, but didn't
> find anything, so i apologize if the question was already post.
> Monowall was installed to substitute a Sonicwall, we've go a LAN with
> address 192.168.168.x, a Wan static address and a DMZ bridged with the
> WAN 'cause the three server in it has their own public IP.
> Monowall is not used as a DHCP, there's an internal LAN Win2k server for
> this scope.
> The problem is that there's no way to access from the LAN the public Ip
> address of DMZ server. Even if i open all on all Interfaces, monowall
> will stop the traffic coming back from DMZ to the LAN. Have i miss
> something, or is like NAT and there's no way to access a DMZ service
> from the LAN?
> Thanks in advance,
>     Alberto De Boni
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