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 From:  "Raymond" <ruphoff at raketnet dot nl>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  [m0n0wall] Setting up DMZ and Traffic shaper part deux
 Date:  Mon, 5 Apr 2004 15:00:21 +0200
Don't know what happened, but als strange symbols in first mail. Ok I'll
try again.
 
 
Hi all,
 
M0n0wall isn't as easy to configure as Ipcop, but I want to give it a
try. I'm not a BSD/Linux and Network guru, but I know some stuff. I'm
run to reCDo run f Network guru, but i n0wall?this0, SSL,  menu
ning  m0n0wall from CD . I can't ping from LAN-subnet 192.168.130.128/25
to my server 192.168.131.130 on DMZ-port (opt1) in subnet
192.168.131.128/29. It's possible to ping DMZ-interface, when want to
send ICMP-packets to server I'll get like "TTL expired/lost in transit".

 
It also seems that there are problems with the 3com 3C595-t4 cards, with
this card for DMZ the link won't come up; status no information on mode
and speed in the interfaces menu.
Exactly same configuration works flawless on IPcop (only the piece of
shit often crashes; no WebGUI)
 
 
 
The configuration I want to setup;
                                    
                                         M0n0wall
                                     _____________
                                    |                       |
WAN through DHCP ----- |                       |
----192.168.130.129------------LAN = subnet 192.168.130.128/25  
                                   |_____________ |
                                          |
                                    192.168.131.129 
      |
                                          |
    DMZ = subnet rough DHCP--------- ver a', bur when want
t192.168.131.128/29
                                                
                                        Server =192.168.131.130 act as
Web-/ mail-/ ftp-server. 
 
 
How do I have to configure the NAT part and firewall rules? LAN must be
able to reach DMZ ports; HTTP, IMAP, Webmin: 11000.
How is the m0n0wall documentation project doing? I want to see more "how
to configure m0n0wall"
 
 
 
Regards,
 
Raymond Uphoff