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Luca2c

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Hi.
I checked. I have no Gateway on the lancard 192.168.0.1
I configured only the IP and netmask.

On second PC instead, I inserted 192.168.0.1 as gateway.

Please, how must I create the traffic rules?

I inserted a new rule with:
From: ANY
To: ANY
Port/services: ANY
Permit.

I think it's ok to permit all traffic, right?

what can be wrong?
I still ping 192.168.0.1 from 192.168.0.2 but, no ping or http traffic go to extern.


thank you

L.
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Luca2c

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Hi...

I'm... stupid!
I forgot to configure "Translation" on the NAT rule.
Now it's working all perfectly.

sigh... I'm sorry.. Cool


thanks anyway.

regards, L.
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The rule you created opens our firewall for the outside world. Please change it to:

name: outgoing traffic lan
source: network connected to interface 'your lan interface'
dest: network connected to interface 'your internet interface'
service: any
translation: nat default outgoing interface

name: outgoing traffic firewall
source: network connected to interface 'your lan interface'
dest: network connected to interface 'your internet interface'
service: any
translation: none

Using these rules only traffic that starts from your lan/firewall is allowed. Response traffic is also allowed. New connections from internet are blocked by the default rule.

If you want you can specify different rules for specific types of services.
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