Well I just downgraded to 1.0 and everything is working fine. So
somewhere between 1.0 and 1.1b9 the rdr statements are never getting
passed to ipfilter. I guess I can live with this until that issue is
solved, but I will miss the traffic graph since I used that to see how
much my other family members were using in the house.
P.S. Downgraded directly to the 1.0 using the same config. ( Good to
know that the XML files are backwards compatable.
>On Thu, 27 May 2004, Ron Rosson wrote:
>> >On Thu, 27 May 2004, Ron Rosson wrote:
>> >> >Ron Rosson wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >And proper NAT rules? just had to ask.. It should work just fine,
>> >> >connect to it from tha lan side?
>> >> WAN TCP 22 (SSH) xx.xx.xx.xx 22 (SSH)
>> >> and yep.. made sure all was good on the lan side..
>> >What column is the "WAN" in? I have no such NAT column here (V1.0).
>> That is the header under interfaces.
>But "interfaces" aren't listed on the NAT page, at least not here.
>> >Is "xx.xx.xx.xx" the same as <internal IP> (which should be the SSH
>> >Is "sis1" the WAN interface?
>> >Is "xx.xx.xx.xx" in "xx.xx.xx.xx,22" in the log the same as
>> >(and not the same as the "xx.xx.xx.xx" in "xx.xx.xx.xx,19627")?
>> I am basically redirecting all requests on port 22 on the WAN
>> to a machine on the internal lan port 22.
>Yes, I understand what you're *trying* to do. I do the same thing here
>and it works fine. But if you're too paranoid to post real IP
>and won't even answer questions about them, it's rather difficult for
>anyone to see what might be going wrong.
> Fred Wright
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