Edward Ronquillo wrote:
> Chris, I've already had the static for the subnet in place, and it is
> pingable from the m0n0wall's wan and lan interface. However, no one
> still cannot access the webserver from the internet. My current setup
> looks like this:
> 192.168.2.0 192.168.4.0
> internet <--> (m0n0wall) <-------> (VyattaR1) <-------> (VyattaR2)
> (www server)
> Although it seems simple enough, the statics still don't work.
> On 10/17/06, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
>> On 10/17/06, Edward Ronquillo <eronquillo at gmail dot com> wrote:
>> > Hi! I'm having problems with accessing a web server behind my
>> > m0n0wall setup. Currently, I'm running two vyatta ofr routers behind
>> > m0n0wall. My webserver is on one of my vyatta router's interfaces
>> > (subnets). I've tried to specify the web server's IP in NAT's
>> > Inbound rules, but we can't access our webserver from the internet.
>> > But when we move the webserver to m0n0walls directly connected subnet,
>> > it works! How can we configure NAT so that we can access our
>> > webserver on another internal subnet?
>> Enter a static route for that subnet.
I have almost an identical setup as you (minus the 2nd vyatta and using
a Linksys router). The web server is accessible if I put a static route
in m0n0wall, and make sure NAT is turned off on the Linksys, as well as
put the IP of the webserver in m0n0 on a 1 to 1 NAT mapping and add the
appropriate firewall rules. Maybe NAT is turned on in the Vyatta router?