> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dennis Wallberg [mailto:dennis dot wallberg at bredband dot net]
> Ryan Giobbi wrote:
> > I am having problems remotely logging into m0n0wall from
> > the internet.
> > I set the admin page to http, port 1026 (my provider
> > filters 1-1024 ports outbound), and added the rule:
> > TCP * 1026 (HTTP) 192.168.0.1 1026 web admin
> > To my firewall rules.
> > Any ideas why this won't work? I thought that
> > http://mypublicip:1026 from a remote machine would
> > connect to the web gui.
> Because your m0n0 listens to port 80
Normally, yes. But Ryan said he had changed the port on the m0n0wall to
1026, so now his m0n0wall listens on :1026. I would suggest https is
hella more appropriate for external access, using a good passphrase.
:1026 would still be accptable, just change the protocol used.
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