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 From:  "Michael" <zlinda1002 at cox dot net>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Inbound NAT for two subnets?
 Date:  Sat, 2 Dec 2006 12:26:12 -0700
I cannot not for the life of me figure out how to pass port 6112,3724 and
6881-6999 to two systems on two different subnets. My son and I play world
of warcraft and those ports are needed. Where I get lost is the Inbound NAT
rule only allows for one host. 

My son's pc is on 193.169.2.0/24 on LAN2 interface
My system is on   193.169.1.0/24 on LAN  interface

I have NAT rules for mine via alias as well as firewall rules

LAN2 Firewall rules are as such:

Proto		Source	Port	Destination		Port
Tcp		*		*	*			6881-6999
Tcp		*		*	*			3724
*		Lan2net	*	*			*

My WAN Firewall Rules are as follows:

Tcp		*		*	mypc			3724
Tcp		*		*	son			3724
Tcp		*		*	mypc			6881-6999
Tcp		*		*	son			6881-6999

LAN Firewall Rules are:

Block 137-139, 135,445

Allow Any Protocol from LANnet to any port on any destination and on any
destination port