Port forward for owncloud help
I once upon a time had my pfsense box forwarding port 80 to my webserver, my webserver went down and a few months later I fixed it. Now I cannot for the life of me get pfsense to allow outside traffic to my webserver ..
I am using pfsense version 2.0.1 386 version, and attemtping to use owncloud installed on ubuntu server 12.
I can access my webgui for pfsense from outside my network via my dyndns address over port 443 with no problem.
I can access my owncloud via 192.168.1.12/owncloud or userver/owncloud ( userver is the name of the ubutnu box ).
when I try to access my owncloud from outside my lan I can see it in the firwall getting blocked, I allow it to pass via easy rule pass and then I change the destination address to the server "192.168.1.12"
so my easy created rule in my nat looks like this
interface > wan
protocol > tcp
source > any
source port rage > http, http
Destination > single host or alias "192.168.1.12"
destination port range > http, http
redirect target IP > 192.168.1.12
redirect target port > http "80"
description > n/a
nat reflection > use system default.
filter rule > create new associated filter rule ..
the rule is successfully created under firewall > rules and is on the bottom? I can not move it to the top because RFC 1918 networks and reserved/not assigned by IANA are unmoveable. Not sure if this is a problem or not.
The only 2 rules I have above this are to pass traffic 443 to the pfsense box itself and to allow ssh traffic over port 22.
I am unsure of what I am doing wrong, more than likely it isd right in front of me, but I have been playing with this for 2 days now with no luck :(
Thank you in advance appreciate the help :)
After days of working on this I found a guide I understood .. http://www.packtpub.com/article/pfsense-configuring-nat-firewall-rules they have a sample webserver setup using pfsense and exactlly what I was trying to do. Hope it helps someone.
I had a lan address in the destination box, when it should have been "wan address" works perfect now.
** Solved **