Advanced Outbount NAT
I am running PFS 1.0.1 on X86 box.
I am wondering how much effort it will be to switch to advanced outbound NAT. I don't want to make alot of extra admin work for myself and break anything by switching to Advanced Outbound NAT. So how much extra work will the switch create.
I want to run an ekiga VOIP client on the LAN on one computer now. I do have PFS remote access and another web access mapped into the firewall. I have one external IP from the cable co. DHCP server.
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You click the radio button to Advanced Outbound NAT, click save, apply changes.
It auto-creates a NAT rule for the LAN subnet to translate out the WAN address.
Not much extra effort.
For basic AON, dotdash is right. But I'm guessing what you want is for SIP to not remap source ports. You can save yourself a lot of trouble just upgrading to 1.2b1, it automatically has SIP passthrough NAT rules created when AON is disabled.
Is there an upgrade available for the version you are talking about? Or will I have to do a fresh install?
1.2-BETA1 is available on the mirrors, there is an update available. Use firmware page to upgrade after you download the image.