I have had a M0n0wall firewall protecting the network and acting as the
default gatgeway for some time and I love it, it's fantastic. But I want
to implement a different scenario and I am having some problems.
M0n0wall is has static internet innet ip on WAN1 of 200.00.00.01
The Lan IP is 192.168.0.1
The squid proxy/web/email server at 192.168.200.2 which is eth0, has an
ADSL connection connected to eth1 with a public IP and a default gateway
from the ISP
When a LAN computer accesses the squid proxy, the browsing traffic is
filtered and if allowed, goes out eth1. That works perfectly.
M0n0wall directs any http traffic to 192.168.0.2 through a NAT rule
- <#> <rule>
<descr>HTTP to Loki</descr>
However, the proxy server tries to route the traffic out the default
gateway. I thought NAT would rewrite the packets so that the source
looked like 192.168.0.1 and so send it back to the firewall. How can I
make this happen?
(264) 497-5670 Fax: (264) 497-8463
Int: (305) 704-7249 Fax: (815)301-9759 UK 44.207.183.0271
Yahoo IM: netconcepts underscore anguilla at yahoo dot com
This message has been scanned for viruses and
dangerous content by MailScanner, and is
believed to be clean.