On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 9:57 PM, Steve Yates <steve at teamits dot com> wrote:
>> When I enable 1:1 NAT using a public IP
>> as the external
> The docs say rather clearly that an IP on the Server NAT page is required:
> "Forwarding traffic for additional IP adresses (also known as Virtual IP addresses) that are not
the IP address of the WAN interface is possible by first listing these IP addresses in the Server
NAT window. Then 1:1 NAT is used to redirect traffic for these IP addresses to internal servers."
> ...however m0n0wall 1.3 will not let a 1:1 rule be set up if the address is in use on the Server
NAT page? I get:
> "The following input errors were detected:
> * A server NAT entry overlaps with the specified external subnet."
Which is correct, I'm not sure what the above quote is referring to,
but it's gone now.