>> How to forward for ex. port 113 to both a computer at the DMZ network
>> and to a computer on the LAN
>> Now it works just to a computer at LAN network, and I need to enable it
>> on the DMZ too
> You cannot do this. This is not a m0n0wall limitation, but it is a
> function of the TCP protocol that is impossible to achieve.
The above is true, but I think it's worth asking Christian
a question - what did you mean to do?
I have a setup at home, where I can ssh to my firewall (port 22),
or I can ssh to my server, which is inside the firewall, on the LAN.
I have a rule that says
"Port 9022 forwarded to port 22 on Walix"
(It's a WalMart with Linux :-)
This is helpful for different things.
I can load a friend's ssh keys on my server, and they
"go through" the firewall without stopping to pay a toll.
If my firewall has problems (like runs out of ttys),
there's a good chance the kernel's routing rules will
still work, and I can get inside.
<Grain Of Salt> Note, I just downloaded m0n0wall, so I don't know
how to do this with m0n0wall, but I am sure it is easy.</Grain>