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pfSense no access from lan to wan

Can anyone please help me ? Probably the answer is already somewhere in the forum, but unfortunately I have not found it until now. Since two days I fight to have access to the internet across a ...
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2answers
436 views

Why can't I have the same subnet on WAN and LAN?

I want to know why same IP with same mask on both WAN and LAN side could be a problem. I also want to know if setting different mask, but having same IPs will resolve the routing problem. ...
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1answer
103 views

Cannot reach website from outside of LAN [closed]

I am at much of a loss here, guys. I am running an Apache HTTP webserver from my laptop and I am unable to reach it from outside the routers borders/LAN. I cannot seem to ping it outside LAN and when ...
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1answer
114 views

I need a 5th port on a 4-port modem [closed]

I'm managing a big building, with a lot of services/vendors and I have a DMZ'd 4-port cable modem, Model: SMC8014, that has 4 separate networks branching off each of its 4 ports. Each network has its ...
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1answer
68 views

How to bridge two lan but keeping their clients using/choosing their own wan?

this is my first question here so please bear with me if I haven't made it super clear So I have 2 piece of Cisco RV180W router hardware. The office is moderately big and one single Wifi router is ...
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2answers
670 views

Web server not accessible to other systems on LAN

I'm trying to test a web site being served via nginx on my Mac. Things work just fine accessing the server on that same Mac, but when I try to get to it from a couple of Windows machines on the same ...
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2answers
481 views

How to connect 2 Physical Networks with 2 Separate WAN together

My customer has two small companies in two separate buildings that have merged. The buildings are 30ft apart, so they ran an outdoor, buried CAT6 cable between them. They want to use the main ...
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1answer
139 views

Multiple WAN to single LAN

I have a block of static external IPs and I'm trying to route them to a single internal server. We have a Sonicwall TZ-210; trying to set this up results in no outbound traffic and an error warning ...
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1answer
420 views

Dual-port server acting as router, but LAN can't see WAN

Using Windows Server 2012 Essentials. I've got two ethernet ports. One is connected to a router which is connected to the internet. This portion of the network is fine. The router runs DHCP on the ...
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2answers
826 views

Bind WAN IP to LAN (under router) IIS

I am hosting my own website on my local machine and set up a virtual server on my router and everything works like a charm. In IIS, i cannot bind the WAN IP, as it doesn't show up, and if I type it ...
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1answer
81 views

Network-wide domain?

Is there a way to, on my wireless network, have a domain assigned to a network page? For example, could I have "media.com" link to "192.168.0.101/sharedmedia.html"? It would also be good if I could ...
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2answers
1k views

How do I simulate a WAN inside a LAN for remote office server setup?

I need to send 3 vmWare ESXi servers (hosts) to thee locations around the world. Each host will have 3-5 guest VMs performing various tasks. Each host will live behind a firewall configured with a ...
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2answers
103 views

would a dynamic wan disrupt a static lan? [closed]

So I found out that the cable company use the DHCP to assign the public ip address dynamically. So a subscriber's public facing ip address can change during the length of their subscription. Now what ...
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1answer
384 views

postgres server works on LAN but not WAN (connection refused)

I'm trying to set up a postgres server, but I cannot access it through the Internet. It works fine on my LAN. Server is just a desktop computer using Ubuntu 12.04 desktop. disclaimer: I am not ...
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2answers
3k views

(Zywall USG 300) NAT bypassed when accessing in-house-server From LAN Via domain name

My situations is like this; i host a number of websites from within our joint network solution. On the network is basically 3 categories: the known public, registered via mac, given static dhcp ...
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2answers
378 views

MDB database file moved off-site

A large client that uses my MDB based application has moved the MDB file off-site so that my application connects to it over a WAN. How can I convince them to put the MDB file back on-site on to the ...
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1answer
322 views

Equipment Needed to setup up a WAN?

What equipment is needed to set up a WAN, besides routers? What aspects of setting it up and maintaining it make it so much more expensive than a LAN?
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2answers
274 views

How to forward static IP to the server computer in the LAN

We want to have an office server, we already have static IP. But the thing is that we need to have following structure: ISP Modem Router Server Wireless router Also I'v tried ...
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2answers
278 views

A good topology for my network

I have this topology in my network at the company where I work: Where the only router is the 'main router' (is here where we receive the internet signal from our provider) the others networks ...
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1answer
218 views

Remote Desktop to WAN address from inside LAN doesn't work

I have a router opened up to allow Remote Desktop to one of the machines. It works if I try to connect from outside the network. If I however am inside the LAN and try to connect using the WAN IP ...
0
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1answer
421 views

Cannot remotely connect to server while it's connected to WAN port

It may appear like a really dumb question but why can't I remotely connect to my server when it's connected to the WAN port of the router? It was working when the server was connected through any ...
2
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3answers
162 views

Accessing the servers via their WAN IPs from the internal network - connect them to LAN too?

Currently we have a few servers behind a router/gateway, which is in bridge mode, so the servers have directly assigned WAN IPs with no NATting performed. This works as expected. There is, however a ...
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3answers
513 views

Persistent Issues on small business network using Cisco 871W and Catalyst Express 500

Being the most qualified (read: still not qualified) to solve our persistent network issues, I've turned to serverfault for guidance. I've done some searching, reading related documentation on ...
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1answer
3k views

iptables - allow connections only from LAN

Is there a way to deny all external traffic (WAN) to SSH and allow only local traffic (192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.255) and what would be the rule?
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1answer
362 views

Cisco Router/Firewall Port Forwarding

We have 8x IP CCTV Cameras and 1x NAS for recording on a LAN (with an internal address range) and port forwarding from a single WAN address to connect to each. For instance, by connecting to port 8009 ...
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4answers
760 views

Can we connect LAN (Ethernet) with a wide area network?

Suppose we want to connect a local area network (Ethernet) with a wide area network, the question arises is, can we connect a local area network with wide area network? If we directly connect the ...
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2answers
1k views

Zyxel p-2602HW-1DA - LAN to WAN routing problems

Got a new router yesterday (due to new internet supplier) and now all my requests for my own server (local lan) is routed directly to the router instead of the server, when using dns. Ex. I have a ...
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3answers
2k views

Multiple static WAN IP addresses to single LAN subnet

Below is my home network topology. I currently have 5 static IP addresses, 3 of which are in use by 3 routers. These routers in-turn subnet internal networks and port forward. I use my SSL VPN ...
2
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4answers
3k views

Outlook 2007 slow connecting Hosted Exchange on LAN only

Were migrating to a hosted exchange service from rackspace.com from an in-house exchange server. Outlook 2007 on the LAN where the in-house exchange server is located connecting to the hosted ...
0
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1answer
3k views

Access tomcat from outside LAN

Hi I'm developing a web app in eclipse and using a tomcat server (6.0) integrated with the IDE. I'm perfectly able to access the webapp from localhost or another computer in the LAN ...
3
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4answers
160 views

Possible Issue With (what I think is) a Virtual Network

This really isnt my area of expertise...and it may be obvious, but here it is: We have what I guess you could call a virtual network. We have 4 locations in 4 cities connected by broadband internet ...
3
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4answers
2k views

What are the advantages/disadvantages for using a single strand of fiber for a full-duplex link?

I have seen telcos install one-strand fiber links at full-duplex, but haven't found much documentation about this configuration. What are the bandwidth limitations, troubleshooting complications, ...
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6answers
4k views

How do I point my browser to a specific NIC on my machine

I am on a local area network that has no external access to the internet. However I have been tasked to find a way to allow certain machines to access the web (HTTP, HTTPS, etc) via a wireless card ...