Currently, I?m using OfficeInternet Firewall (3Com) and want to switch to DFL-200. I have a problem configuring DFL since I want to keep all my LAN ip addresses public (as a matter of fact I want to use DFL-200 as firewall not as a router).
Mail server and DNS server are on DMZ. FTP server too. One DNS server is inside the firewall (LAN port) and I have a plan to add mirror WEB and backup mail server somewhere (DMZ or LAN not sure yet). But this as this moment is not important.
Any suggestions is more than welcome
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connect your router to computer with ethenret cable in lan port.
Then access your router with following link. http://192.168.1.1
type user name as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or 'password"
then go to advanced and enable dhcp then save settings and restart the router to take effect.
I'm guessing that you have a routing issue caused by the address of your tera server not being on the right subnet. Typically, addresses like 192.168.1.10 will have a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 which will cause problems when you have a statically assigned ip of 188.8.131.52. You would be best off to assign your teraserver within the 192.168.1.x range, but outside of the range dynamically assigned by the router. Typically, you can control which addresses are assigned by the router (say 192.168.1.50 - 192.168.1.100). Just make sure that the tera server is outside this range so that it does not duplicate another device. Make it something like 192.168.1.11 or 192.168.1.222.
Virtual Private Network (VPN) endpoint and pass-through support. Additional firewall features include custom and policy-based filtering options. These options have to be configured properly. Check your configuration level and access policy. If its a public server you have to place it in DMZ. Check IP settings of the server. U may require a VPN tunnel Rate if this is helpful Thanks Good Luck
You can follow the steps on this link, click here. This is the steps on how to setup port forwarding for pc anywhere on a DFL-200. There is big possibility that the DFL-80 might have the setup configuration page as the DFL-200.
you probably overlooked one small thing. In order to actually activate the blacklist, you need to add a rule in The Firwall, LAN->Wan filter.
1) Just add a new filter, name it what you want. 2) In 'Action' select 'Allow' 3) In 'Service' select 'http-outbound' 4) Click The green Apply icon 5) Click the Yellow Apply button right 6) Click 'Activate changes' 7) Wait a couple of seconds and click on the activation link