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 From:  "Andrew Tillman" <tillman at leecountylibrary dot org>
 To:  "Monowall List" <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  WAN blocked and should not be
 Date:  Sun, 21 Feb 2010 12:16:37 -0500 (EST)
I am setting up a captive portal and already have in place a hardware
firewall, so I need the firewall completely disabled. I am only after the
captive portal service available.

Setup is:
Internet
>> hardware firewall >> switch >> all internal
devices

All LAN traffic seems to be fine but WAN traffic is
being blocked.

LAN IP = 192.168.11.45
WAN IP =
192.168.11.46

Firewall rules:
LAN interface= allow all
from any to any on the LAN
WAN interface = allow all from any to any
on the WAN

The firewall logs show:


    
        
             			  
            22:11:26.284273
             			    WAN
             			    192.168.11.62,
port 137
             			    192.168.11.255,
port 137
             			    UDP
        
        
             			  			   			  
            22:10:08.472697
             			    WAN
             			    192.168.11.62,
port 138
             			    192.168.11.255,
port 138
             			    UDP
        
    



If I have the WAN plugged into the hardware firewall I can't
ping the gateway (192.168.11.1) or even the WAN address, but if I have the
WAN plugged into the switch I can ping both and get results from the
WAN.

Any advice or help will be appreciated! Thank you :)
-- 
Andrew Tillman
Tech Specialist
Lee County Library
Leesburg, GA 31763
tillman at leecountylibrary dot org