LAN to WAN Connection



  • Good day.

    WAN IP:  203.160.160.101

    How can i access the WAN IP inside the network?

    • RDP for testing purposes.

    Thanks in advance.



  • I'm not quite sure what you're wanting to do.  Are you trying to port forward port 3389 from an internal IP to the WAN interface of your firewall?



  • thank you for the reply.

    Objective:

    • i already connected to RDP thru LAN
    • i cant connect to RDP from LAN to WAN, but if im in a different WAN i can connect to RDP.

    When im in same WAN cant connect from LAN to WAN.

    Thank you.


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    LAN Reflection if you must. Split DNS is a better solution.



  • @glennyboy:

    How can i access the WAN IP inside the network?

    Not at all.
    There's no "reflector" on the internet to push your packets back into your WAN interface.
    Testing NAT and rules from inside simply is not possible.

    Every other suggestion (NAT reflections, split DNS) is like using your local IP which you already did.


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