I am a noob to firewalling and have been struggeling to setup a decent
firewall for some time now. Along comes m0n0wall and the basics are simple
and do the job I want them to.
I have setup a test enviro with a m0n0wall and a web server behind it.
m0n0 LAN: 192.168.1.1
m0n0 WAN: C.C.C.126 (I have a full C Class for my company)
Internal Web Server: 192.168.1.10
The outside World should see my Web Server as C.C.C.123
I setup a Server NAT: External IP = C.C.C.123
External Address: C.C.C.123 (From Server NAT)
External Port Range: HTTP
NAT IP: 192.168.1.10
Local Port: HTTP
and put a tick in the auto-add firewall rule
Firewall Rules reads as follows:
Port: 80 (HTTP)
If I try to surf my Web Server from outside my secure LAN, I get nothing.
(Surfing from inside, 192.168.1.# works like a charm using 192.168.1.10)
Like I say, I am a noob so I am not sure firstly if I did this right and
secondly if I am missing something here.
First prize for me would be to have my C-Class on both sides of the
Thanks for any input,