NAT+ MAC filtering rules
Summer last edited by
My situation is this, I need to access a service behind a Public static IP, but thinking about security:
INTERNET___ WAN__>>>>SINGLE HOST
NAT with PORT FORWARD
the NAT RULE work:
WAN TCP/UDP * * WAN address 5555 SINGLEHOST destport
I've added the rules in the WAN tab with:
IPv4 TCP/UDP * * SINGLEHOST destport * none TO DEST IPv4 TCP/UDP * * WAN address 5555 * none TO BE NATTED
and everything seems to be ok.
Are there any chances to add MAC filter to WAN address incoming connections?
Harvy66 last edited by
The MAC address of incoming WAN packets will always be the MAC address of your upstream router. MAC addresses are layer 2 and do not get routed.