In the Inbound NAT , I have tried to use no source port but,
If I do not specify a source port M0n0wall spits out this error:
-- The field 'Start port' is required. --
What now ?
Do not use source port 80
Från: Demetrios Savvides [mailto:demetrios at w3 dot co dot za]
Skickat: den 26 februari 2004 12:56
Till: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Ämne: [m0n0wall] Inbound NAT (port mapping)
I have not had a problem before the NAT was changed in previous
however, now I seem to have a problem.
I have changed the GUI port to 81
I am using dynamic DNS to update the host to the new IP each time I
The m0n0wall WAN connection is a PPPoE connection and I am assignd a
different IP each time.
The LAN IP is 192.168.7.1
I have a machine inside the lan (192.168.7.5) running a web server.
All this works...
Here is my problem:
I have added a firewall rule to allow to 192.168.7.5 on port 80
(TCP/UDP) on the WAN interface.
In Inbound NAT I have added a rule :
source port 80
destination IP : 192.168.7.5
destination port : 80
But when trying to access the web server (site) from outside (WAN side)
it does not come up.
Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?