Port forwarding problems
Hey, i have tried port forwarding on pfsense and can't seem to open the port this is what i have so far;
my current setup:
netcomm modem > pfsense > tp-link switch > Main PC
Can you please describe what you're trying to do and exactly what error messages or behaviour you're seeing? Trying to guess my way, it appears that you're trying to run a Minecraft server? What's the IP address of your Minecraft server? You appears to have 3 port forward rules for the same port that redirects to two different IP addresses. The rules are processed top-down with first match, so anything hitting your WAN at port 25565 is going to be directed to 192.168.1.4. How are you trying to connect to your server, from outside your LAN or inside? What do you have for NAT Reflection?
i'm basically just trying to open a port. Anyone outside my wan can't connect also my netcomm modem has firewall nat etc, i'm wondering at what internal port should i open? i did this http://puu.sh/akQUr/b86cd20900.png still doesn't change anything, anyway of checking if its pfsense or that modem? or can i just turn off the firewall and stuff all together
under port forward under destination address select WAN and you may want to change the NAT ports to standard port/s if you may ;)
I can't really help you if you don't answer any of my questions.
ok, I'm trying to open ports for servers eg minecraft. i have opened the ports and yet no one outside my wan can connect, also i'm not sure about nat reflection
hey Strayan have you tried my suggestion? ??? you may give it a shot. it is up to you ;)
OK, what is the actual IP address of your Minecraft server? Is it 192.168.1.4 or 192.168.1.11? Considering you can't connect from outside the network, we don't need to worry about NAT reflection for now.
as per image#1…he has not initialized which interface to be used. That is why he's having an issue.
ip to the server is 192.168.1.11, i tried perdong suggestion and still isn't working
Get the ISP modem set to bridgemode and do not use double NAT.
When done, write again.
thanks bridged mode works! :) btw screw your internet speed supermule :(
Nice to hear :) and yes Fiber is the way forward here :D
I'm trying to access an internal website from outside network. I have a fixed IP address 220.127.116.11, and my website is on the port 9060. The internal access is ok, but from outside, doesn't work. My internal server IP address is 192.168.200.127.
My modem address is 192.168.25.1 and its set DMZ to my pfsense proxy: 192.168.25.3
My nat settings:
WAN TCP * * WAN address 9060 192.168.200.127 9060 SISecxus
What am I doing wrong???
You also need a firewall rule on your WAN port allowing that traffic to traverse from outside in. Do you have that?
If you do have the rule turn logging on for that rule then check the firewall logs to see if the connection shows there.