couple of questions, ok well first your ruleset looks ok.
Ok now, where or how are you testing? Meaning if you are trying to connect to
the external IP from inside your network, it wont work (i think thats still
the case w/ m0n0wall). Go to grc.com and run a port scan, good way to see
What does the firewall say about packets hitting it under that rule (turn
logging on to test)?
Quoting Garrett <glc at c dash email dot com>:
> How do I forward ports 6699 (TCP) and 6257 (UDP) to a specific machine? My
> Action: Pass
> Interface: WAN (also tried LAN)
> Protocol: TCP (2nd rule: UDP)
> Source: any
> Source port range: any
> Destination: 192.168.1.3
> Destination port range: 6699 (2nd rule: 6257)
> NOTE: Traffic shaper is disabled. Does it need to be on for port forwarding
> to work? Also, I have no other firewall rules other than the default
> (Default LAN -> any) and the two above.
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