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    Here's my very basic setup with no custom routing rules:

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    Eth0 is a WAN network. Eth1 and Eth2 are both LAN networks with DNS and DHCP setup. Connections to the outside world for the Servers and the PCs networks works just fine. I can even get the correct DNS-defined IP for host names between each network.

    The problem is I can't make an actual connection to servers running behind Eth1 from PCs behind Eth2. Connections time out and when I try pinging I see "destination port unreachable". It looks like default settings for Untangle should allow normal HTTPS traffic.

    Eth0: 192.168.1.x/255
    Eth1: 192.168.10.x/255
    Eth2: 192.168.20.x/255

    C:\Users\bar>ping foo

    Pinging [] with 32 bytes of data:
    Reply from Destination port unreachable.
    Reply from Destination port unreachable.
    Reply from Destination port unreachable.
    Reply from Destination port unreachable.

    Ping statistics for
    Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),​

    Any clues what I need to open up to allow the PCs network to connect to the Servers network? I don't want the reverse to work, just PCs to Servers connections.

  • #2
    This is done by default, it's normal. Just apply a filter rule, where you can specify many options. Just keep in mind this "allow" rules must be above the "block" rules for them to work.


    • #3
      My home organization is set up as follows: Remote switch with web access in room A NAS/Decoration/PC associated with an alternate switch in room B this means my PC can get to the web involving the wireless association from the switch in room A, However on the off chance that the LAN is empowered simultaneously, it appears to outweigh everything else and I can not get to the web. In the event that I empower ICS on the remote connector, the web association works with both LAN and WAN on however at that point I'm not ready to get to my NAS/Decoration as ICS changes the IP of the LAN. I've likewise attempted an organization span with a similar outcome! Is there a way I can have both LAN and WAN empowered, with admittance to my NAS/Decoration and have the option to give windows web access?

      Kodi nox
      Last edited by mahdui; 04-17-2023, 05:43 PM.