On Feb 29, 2004, at 10:23 PM, Manuel Kasper wrote:
>> So far everything is working except for the ability to telnet/http
>> to my two NetNimble relays from my wired network. I can ping them
>> just fine, but I can't access them. I have my firewall wide open
>> currently. I can access them from anywhere on the wireless
>> network. Strange.
> Do they have some kind of access control perhaps? If you can ping
> them, that means the routing is OK, and as long as you have the
> filter wide open, it doesn't matter if it's ICMP or TCP packets...
Nope. I should be able to access it from anywhere. Here is another
thing that is strange:
I can setup my route, "route add -net 10.2.2.0 x.x.x.6" and I can
access the relay just fine using the private address. But I can't
figure out how to get to the public address. But this is good that I
can at least get to it.