[TriLUG] No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
gwbrown1 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 08:36:31 EST 2005
> Port forwarding hell, but that's about it. Any good packet filter can
> handle it, after all, the inside router doesn't know any better and
> neither does the outside one.
I haven't droned on about m0n0wall in a while so here it goes.
Inbound NAT is a snap with m0n0wall. Just click on the NAT link,
select the port number on the Internet side that you would like to use
the selecft the protocol or port number for the device on the inside
of the network (behind NAT) and click "OK" - but first check the radio
button for "Make new firewall rule for this action" (or something
along those lines).
Anyway, in less then two minutes anyone can have port forwarding
working and working well, it's a breeze.
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