- Ronnie G.
Hello, I just purchased a control box for a new project at my business. I am using the device to isolate a guest wireless network that will share our business network.
Everything is working great when I only use the trusted/local interfaces. As long as the port is assigned to this group I am able to access the internet with no problems. When I designate a port as Stand alone I lose internet connectivity. Here is my setup.
IP: 10.10.15.27 (Assigned by the ISP router)
LAN Switch Ports: 2,4
192.168.0.200 Static IP with DHCP enabled.. I can connect clients to either port 2/4 and get an IP address and also internet connectivity.
192.168.10.254 Static address with DHCP enabled..
I get an IP from the DHCP server but no matter what rule I create, I cannot get to the internet through this port. I need to be able to access the internet through this interface because all of the wireless clients will be on this subnet. I am trying to mask my internal IP address from the wireless clients.
Port 3 with destination of firewall with service DHCP/BOOTP = allow
Port 3 with destination of Internet interfaces with service any = allow + Source NAT
Port 3 with destiantion of any with service any = Drop
Any ideas why this wouldnt work? I am receiving IP address which proves the first rule is valid. The second rule is identical to the pre-configured rule for the trusted interfaces which works as well..
Thanks in advance.
- Ronnie G.
I found my problem.. I had to specify the DNS address in the DHCP scope for the secondary subnet. Everything works now. Was a simple mistake.
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