What you're doing is what I've done on all m0n0wall sites I have - and it works (but there's no need
for the reboot as this isn't a Windows system). One additional thing I do (often) is to set up
aliases which makes reading the rulesets simpler as I'm forwarding 25, 80, 443, 987 to "sbs08"
instead of to "192.168.10.2" or similar. :)
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: henri [mailto:henri at stmargarets dot school dot nz]
> Sent: Monday, 15 March 2010 13:47
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] configuring NAT port forward
> This is a request for assistance.
> My colleague has been struggling to configure a port forward from the
> WAN -> LAN with Monowall and PFSense.
> Is such a forward possible or is it only possible to port forward from
> the WAN to the OPT interface?
> If it is possible to configure from the WAN -> LAN, below you will see
> a list of steps he is proceeding with. Is there any thing obvious
> (1) Setup Monowall (LAN and WAN)
> (2) Configure the incoming NAT port forward (automatically creating
> the Firewall rule).
> (3) Apply and save settings reboot the system.
> Any pointers would be great.
> Thank you.
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