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 From:  =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Per_J=F8rgensen?= <pj4a at dmusyd dot edu>
 To:  Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>, m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Problem about som ekstra network!
 Date:  Sat, 12 Aug 2006 11:43:44 +0200
Well not that I can se!
How about if I bridged the 2 networks  -  I'm still able to ping from 
DMZ to LAN. but not from DMZ to WIRELESS!

The reasons to this is:
I have my nagios server running on a server in the DMZ - but its not 
able to check any services in the others Zones - I got the message hosts 

So the problem is strange becaurse i can from Ping fron DMZ to LAN - so 
if I bridged the WIRELESS to LAN - shouldn't it be solved then???
Well i'm getting really tired og trying to understand this - and then 
again I think its really strange product that you're not able to check 
the service that are NATted. But solved that with the DNS FORWARDER. but 
still missing the connections between the different netcards!

Med Venlig Hilsen
Per Jørgensen
Stud. datamatiker
Datamatiker udd. CEUS
pj4a at dmusyd dot edu

Chris Buechler skrev:
> On 8/12/06, Per Jørgensen <pj4a at dmusyd dot edu> wrote:
>> Hey Monowall-users!
>> I have setup my new firewall with m0n0wall like this:
>> sis0 = LAN
>> sis1 = WAN         Static IP
>> sis2 = DMZ
>> sis3 = wireless
>> Now here goes the problem! After doing all - and setup some DNS forwards
>> it worked about being able to reach my servers in DMZ.
>> But rigth now - I cannot get in touch from LAN to WIRELESS  - cannot
>> ping at all into the wireless ZONE unless I'm straight on it!
>> But I am able to ping from Lan to DMZ - But they are the same firewall
>> rules.
>> What can I do so the both LAN and Wireless can reach each other and DMZ?
> Firewall logs show anything getting dropped?
> -Chris
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