Problem has been solved! (see my other reply same thread).
I'm a newbie (or more than that) about Firewall.
I read documentation but I still have stupid doubt about m0n0.
My LAN @ home is made of 2 PC (Windows XP)
PC1 is dedicated CCTV server running Apache to allow a remote access
PC2 is a normal workstation windows for internet,email,chatting,etc..
PC2 is most of the time OFF as I use only few hours per day in weekend.
PC1 is ON 24/7/365
WAN is ADSL dynamic IP with dyndns.org
Is there any difference (for security reason) between connecting PC1
(CCTV) in the LAN (through a switch together PC2) instead to
connecting separately on OPT1 (DMZ) ?
If the PC1 (CCTV) eventually is running AZUREUS BITTORRENT in
background, it cannot be accessed (neither folders with its files)
from LAN if the PC1 is connected to OPT1.
Is there a way for a PC in the LAN to access a PC in DMZ ?
On 7/26/06, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> On 7/25/06, Dr Who <brokenby2703 at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > I have a problem with my CCTV system running on WinXP and Kodicom card.
> > This system is offering a webserver that can be accessed from remote
> > to check and monitor the CCTV system.
> > As the system was running around Apache (for windows) i was thinking
> > that normal http ports to be opened was enought (80, 8080,etc) but I
> > was wrong.
> Check the documentation for the system on exactly what ports are
> needed opened on the firewall.
> Also might want to try just opening port 80, and then after the login
> fails, check your firewall logs to see if anything is getting dropped.