In message <43EC5F3F dot 1000107 at neobe dot it>, "Alberto (Warfox) De Boni"
<warfox at neobe dot it> writes
>I saw that FAQ, the real difference is that i don't use NAT.
>I've got 16 public IP, and the server in DMZ have their own public ip
>DMZ is not NATTED, it's bridged with WAN interface. For some reasons, i
>can't tell to Office's PC to access Servers with a direct accesso LAN-
>DMZ. When i try to access i.e. Server1, the packet will go to internet
>using WAN publi IP and go back to DMZ Server1 public ip.. At this point
>monowall accept connection, but when server1 try to send a packet back
>to WAN public Ip monowall stops it.
>09:38:35.229624 DMZ <?if=DMZ> 62.2.231.xx, port 25 <?sp=25>
>62.2.231.xx, port 59105 <?dp=59105> TCP <?pr=TCP>
>The first ip is Server1 Ip address. The second one is WAN public ip.
You may want to look at one of my previous posts on this:
The important thing to note is that you need to use advanced NAT and
ensure that LAN to WAN is NAT'd but LAN to DMZ is not.
Neil A. Hillard E-Mail: m0n0 at dana dot org dot uk