On Wed, 15 Apr 2009 21:32:59 +0700, "GD Incorporation"
<golddragoninc at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Dear All Experts
> I have a little problem in connecting 1 computer behind monowall to
> world for our convenience of working.
> Basically I have this server that holds our file, I wanted to create
> somekind of VPN connection to our internal server that passes through the
> ADSL modem so that we can connect to our office from anywhere.
> Here is the current diagram of our network:
> Network PC1
> Internet -- DSL Modem (Prolink 9000H) -- Monowall ---|-- Network PC2
> (126.96.36.199) |-- Server
> Now the plan is that I want to connect the server via internet. I manage
> make my modem open and I have a static ip address on the modem site (ex:
> 188.8.131.52). But when I call the IP from the internet, it only goes as
> as the modem interface. Although, I think I set the modem to check if I
> required port 80000, it should direct to the Monowall, then I am blank on
> what needs to be done.
> I was wondering if anyone expert with such modem or case? Or can anyone
> me the big picture or the basic on how to connect such case?
> Any help would really be a great help.
it sounds like your modem isnÂ´t configured as a modem. Is it a router
If so ... check if you did the NAT correctly to your M0n0wall interface.
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