1:1 NAT Internal IP ~ 2.3.3-DEVELOPMENT



  • When trying to add a 1:1 NAT mapping, it gives an error when you try to fill in the internal ip. This worked in 2.2.

    Seems like it could be the jquery validation?

    pfSense version: 2.3.3-DEVELOPMENT (amd64) built on Fri Aug 05 02:07:00 CDT 2016 FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE-p6

    Anyone else experienced this?

    Thanks  :)



  • Unable to reproduce this problem on 2.3.2 and this page hasn't changed on 2.3.3. Are you sure all you have is the IP (no spaces at all) ?

    Also knowing the browser version would be helpful.



  • @JorgeOliveira:

    Unable to reproduce this problem on 2.3.2 and this page hasn't changed on 2.3.3. Are you sure all you have is the IP (no spaces at all) ?

    Also knowing the browser version would be helpful.

    Strange…

    It seems it actually works in Firefox, but the jquery "clientside" validation do not.

    Here I post an invalid ip and the server gives an error.

    In Chrome the clientside actually works in the field "External subnet IP", since it accepts the IP, but gives me the error in the field "Internal IP".

    I guess I'm going to be using Firefox for now.


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    This came up last week or the week before, it was a bug in a Chrome beta



  • @jimp:

    This came up last week or the week before, it was a bug in a Chrome beta

    Thanks. That's good to know.

    So I guess the client side validation only works in Chrome? I tested it in Firefox, Edge and seems it just sends the http post without validating the input.



  • The client side validation only checks if input is composed by letters, numbers or symbols (like dot and colon). It doesn't validate any further.


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