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javier_arboleda

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Hi, I try your firewall, everithing was good, but, i found a problem now Confused .

I have a Windows 2000 Professional machine acting as a internet-router... my internal clients navigate througt this 2000 professional.

This 2000 Professional machine has 2 interfaces, 1st was a USB-DSL Módem, this is my Internet Connection. 2nd interface was a Network card, connected to my Lan.

The problem is when any of the outside (DialUP) try to access to my www-server (in the internal Lan). It doesn't work.

The configuration is this :

Name : Webmail
Source : Dial-Up
Destination : Firewall
Service : TCP-8080
Action : Permit
Translation : MAP - 192.168.1.100

I see the "Ip Packet Forwarding" issue in the "router" machine, but this is configure as enables... otherwise... my internal clients doesn't navigate...

Thanks for your help.
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