On 1/10/06, Jonas Lindskog <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello,
> We are using OpenBSD 3.8 as a firewall/router. We have two internal
> nets; one with workstations (NAT) and one DMZ with a single server.
> And thus we have three network interfaces installed in the router: one
> for the NAT, one for the DMZ and one for the external net.
> Our ISP has given us a range of IP adresses (the ones below are
> obfuscated ;)):
> Segment: /28
> net address: 
> gateway adress:
> firewall:    
> fria fasta ip:
> broadcast address:
> netmask:    
> I have set up the DMZ with
> net adress
> Gateway:
> Server:
> netmask:    
> To ensure that routing worked properly I just entered pass (and nat of 
> course) in the /etc/pf.conf file.
> I have no trouble connecting to the server at from the
> internal net where nat-addresses are used, but for some reason
> I cant connect to the server from the outside. I thought it was a
> routing problem but when I entered a port redirect from the gateway
> ( to the server at  for the ssh port I reached the 
> server. I haven't got a
> clue whats wrong. Can anybody help to explain this or have an idea of a 
> workaround (I dont want the port
> redirect)? Thanks in advance.
> /Jonas

It would help if you attached your pf.conf, and relevant configuration
files (hostname.if, for example)

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