My settings (one of many tried) are as Dany suggested:
Firewall : Rules
TCP * * 192.168.0.6 22 (SSH)
NAT SSH on
Firewall : NAT
TCP 22 (SSH) 192.168.0.6 22 (SSH)
Does not work.
I am getting emails sent to me without going to the
list agreeing with me that there is a problem here
that is not being resolved.
You can attack me all you like. I don't take it
personal. I think m0n0wall is a great product that I
was going to donate to when I got everything working.
I believe this to be a problem for a good number of
people that is going unresolved (maybe a bug!).
That is why I was asking for real help. Not the same
set of NAT and FW rules that are supposed to work,
because for a good number of us they don't.
--- Michael Iedema <iedemam at pluto dot dsu dot edu> wrote:
> > I need to publish SMTP, WEB, SSH, etc. behind
> > m0n0wall, but am about to give up on the product
> > (which I love).
> > I have tried every setting withing NAT, FIREWALL
> > RULES, ServerNAT, 1:1, etc.
> What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Is your
> m0n0wall WAN
> interface located in a public or private network?
> Are you trying to
> forward ports through NAT or map external IP's to
> internal machines? Did
> you check your firewall logs? If it's not a
> security risk, could we see
> a 'censored' version of your config.xml file?
> > I don't think you realize that there are a great
> > number of us struggling with this and that I never
> > the people asking for help sending another message
> > saying what you told them worked.
> > I believe they are giving up and moving to another
> > product like I may have to. I have been
> > with this for over a week.
> We must know where you are to help you get to where
> you want to be.
> Most everyone on this list is more than helpful. If
> a response isn't
> given it's usually attributed to the question being
> quite vague. Many
> of us would feel pretty bad if others were giving up
> on m0n0wall due to
> a lack of help on this list.
> A list could possibly be established which resends
> unanswered e-mails
> after e period of time. Whomever subscribed to that
> list would have the
> responsibility of answering 'dead' e-mails. This way
> they are given more
> attention instead of being lost in the 20-30+
> messages being exchanged
> on the list. Just an idea.
> I apologize in advance if this sounds like I'm
> attacking you and your
> problem, but I don't see the unwillingness to help
> you describe. If it
> is, however, something must be done because m0n0wall
> is too good a
> product to drive people away from.
> --Michael I.
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