Port forwarding - Wirewall rules, setup a web server
OK here is my situation, I have a web server running on TCP 80 with an internal IP address of 10.0.11.1. I am trying to allow the WAN address to connect to it. Everything worked fine before I switched to pfsense (which is 1000x better than syswan). Below is how I setup the nat forward:
When I go into the firewall logs, I get this error:
But the page never comes up.
Your firewall rules are working but when your try to browse your own external address the NAT isn't reflected. You need to enable NAT reflection under the System -> Advanced tab.
Please search the forums next time.
I tried turning nat reflection on the last time and when I try to access the interface for the pfsense at 10.0.1.2 it always brings up my website. So, no help. I did however read that on the forum
Cry Havok last edited by
So change the management port for pfSense, something that you should also have found about when you searched ;)
That still didnt fix it.
are you leaving the machine on the same ip address as the ip address you are looking to call?
no, the pfsense is on 10.0.1.2 and the web server is at 10.0.11.1
If thats not what you are asking, let me know.
all ip addresses are static bound to all machines. and they run all the time. the 10 dot ip addresses work great all machines can talk to eachother from one lan to the other, active directory updates from one lan to the other, just cant figure out how to make the 2 boxes talk. but every thing seams to be working fine i just need to update everything twice in both boxes.
Thanks for the help