NAT Reflection Problem
anthonyg last edited by
I just went live on a new PFSense setup here at work. Everything is working great, however I ran into one small issue. On my network I am unable to access some key websites utilized within the business that is accessed by public address. I host these websites internally and cannot access them. I read about disabling NAT Reflection however I dont think that is working, and I believe it is because I have manual outbound NAT running. I need to have manual outbound NAT for CARP purposes as well as other reasons. Without doing split DNS, how can I make this work? Since im doing manual outbound NAT, am I not port forwarding right? I really need to resolve this issue, so any help would be appreciated.
tubaguy50035 last edited by
So it sounds like you have a web server on your network which you want available internally and externally? You're going to have to be a little bit more specific about your needs and machines that have special circumstances.
Port forwarding is fairly straight forward, but I'm not 100% sure if that's your issue or not. Can you give us some more details?