I've downloaded today and installed WinRoute 6.2.
I have the following configuration:
- comp_1 with 2 network adaptors - one for the Internet and one for the internal network. On comp_1, I have 1 web server (IIS) which serves 2 domains (site1.domain.com and site2.domain.com)
- comp_2, on the internal network, having IIS and serving 2 other web-sites. (site3.domain.com and site4.domain.com)
On the "Internet" network interface I have 3 public IP addresses and on the internal one, 2 private ones(192.168.100.100, 192.168.100.101)
The winroute config. is the following:
Destination: Public Ip3 Address (the public IP3 address is bound to the Internet network adapter on the firewall host)
Translation: MAP 192.168.100.90 (on comp_2)
Destination: Public Ip2 address (the public IP2 address is bound to the Internet network adapter on the firewall host)
Translation: MAP 192.168.100.101 (on comp_1)
Destination: Public Ip1 Address (the public IP1 address is bound to the Internet network adapter on the firewall host)
Translation: MAP 192.168.100.100 (on comp_1)
I have successfully configured winroute to permit Port Mapping for the comp_2 and the 2 web-sites (site3, site4) to be visible from the Internet.
The problems I have:
1. cannot access site3.domain.com from the Firewall Host. Although, site3.domain.com is visible from the Internet
2. cannot access site3.domain.com from the internal network.
For both 1 and 2 I get "Bad request" in the browser.
3. on comp_2 I cannot access the websites using the full address.
Thank you for your help,
[Updated on: Tue, 04 April 2006 11:42]
Seem's to me like Local Traffic rule issue I guess.
Do you have rule looking like this?
from firewall, internal to firewall, internall service any, permit?
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