It turns out all i had to do, was check the "*Auto-add a firewall rule to
permit traffic through this NAT rule"*... as i was creating the rule wrong
did i mention how great m0n0wall is? gotta love it.
On 8/24/06, Mark Jawdoszak <MarkJ at logsysgroup dot com> wrote:
> Do you mean your WAN IP = 220.127.116.11 and your LAN IP is
> Also, it sounds like you need to set up some NAT (Network Address
> Translation) rules, and as you don't have many IP's to NAT, then using
> 1:1 would be the easiest/fastest.