gregbrown at mindspring dot com wrote:
> Does the M0n0wall software support port forwarding? I'd like requests
> coming from the Internet for ports 22, 80, and 443 to go to a server on
> my private 192.168.15.0 network. Do the firewall rules support this
> Also, I've read on tom's hardware that the DHCP server in M0n0wall can
> be configured to run on as many interfaces as you would like as apposed
> to running on one single interface. I think I must have misread this..
> however if I have not I would expect that with a soekris 3 port board I could:
> 1. have ethernet 0 connect to the Internet and NAT everything destined to
> that port (DHCP address recieved from my ISP on Ethernet 0)
> 2. have ethernet 1 provide DHCP range of 192.168.17.100-254 to network 1
> 3. have ethernet 2 provide DHCP range of 192.168.18.100-254 to network 2
> Is this possible? If so, if there a simple routing firewall rule that I can use to
> Ethernet 1 sends all it's traffic to Ethernet 0 which is NAT'ed to the Internet.
> Also Ethernet 1 cannot send any data to Ethernet 2 - all packets are dropped.
> Ethernet 2 sends all it's traffic to Ethernet 0 which is NAT'ed to the Internet.
> Also Ethernet 2 cannot send any data to Ethernet 1 - all packets are dropped.
> Is this possible?