IPFW NATD access www server by name from the LAN side ?

jdroflet at canada.com jdroflet at canada.com
Sat Mar 29 15:11:43 PST 2003

On Sat, 29 Mar 2003 14:50:22 -0800 (PST), Charlie Schluting wrote:
> > FreeBSD 4.7 firewall with 3 nics. Public, DMZ, and LAN.
> > DNS,Bind is not running here.
> > www Public address is redirected to it's DMZ address.
> > The www server in the DMZ can be accessed by name from the Internet
> > only by it's private DMZ IP address from the LAN side. Attempt to
> access
> > it by name from the LAN results in a 'page not found'.
> >
> > When attempting to access the www by name from the LAN side tcpdump
> > shows traffic getting to the firewall but not redirected out DMZ nic.
> So
> > it's the firewall answering with the 'page not found'.
> Well, actually your web browser is saying that... because it can't find
> the page.
> > How can I redirect traffic to the WWW server from the LAN side ?
> > Thanks, Jay.
> This is in the howto I followed (but I don't remember how)... there's
> about 5 good ones that can be found via google.
> Basically, you need to add a rdr rule to natd, if I remember correctly.
Thanks, I've spent some time google(ing) but haven't hit anything, if
anyone has some links it would be most appreciated. 

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