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 From:  "Wayne Fiori" <dev9null at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] DMZ woes
 Date:  Fri, 17 Mar 2006 09:47:31 -0800
>
> i isolated first the dmz from the network to be sure there is no problem
> with the setup i have in mind, then i followed everything you said up to the
> last detail.
>
> 1. ip address of squirrelmail+postfix = 192.168.101.2
> 2. server NAT = 203.xxx.xxx.xxx
> 3. proxy ARP = 203.xxx.xxx.xxx
> 4. inbound NAT:
>    * external address = 203.xxx.xxx.xxx
>    * protocol = TCP
>    * external port = HTTP
>    * NAT ip = 192.168.2.2
>    * local port = HTTP
> 5. tick the boxes
> 6. then repeated the procedure for the SMTP port


For 2,3,4, what is the last octet of the address and the net mask.
These masked addresses don't help debug your problem.
203.xxx.xxx.???/?? would be more helpful.


>
> end result = i still can't browse the gui of my squirrelmail, i tried
> browsing the said page from an ip address outside my lan and i can see the
> login page of my mailserver. tried sending mail to the outside and i saw
> from the mail logs that it was sent, but when i tried to send mail to my
> mailserver, i wasn't able to recieved it, there's no entry in my
> mail.logsindicating the mail was rejected or accepted. i also checked
> the
> www.whatismyip.com, i got the ip of the monowall not the ip of the
> mailserver, is this result correct?
> what more do i have to do in order for my mailserver to accept mails from
> outside?
> why is it that i cant see the web interface from within?
> is there a special tweaking in order for the LAN to see it?
>
>
> TIA
>
>