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DMZ Web Server Access Setup

L3 Networker

Hello Community,

 

I have set up a lab environment shown in the below below that is meant to allow access from 192.168.1.X to the sever 10.2.2.1 using static NAT ip address 192.168.1.251

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I have configured everything as demonstrated in the CBT Nugget see below for the NAT and Security Policies

 

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However, the policy wont

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Hi,

 

On Server 1, do you have a route to let traffic going back to 192.168.1.0/24? A default route maybe?

 

Benjamin

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L3 Networker

Sorry, I didn't finish the last sentence...

 

I meant to say the policy won't alllow me to open up the browser on the server. The strange thing is the policy isn't denying me access. 

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Cheers

 

Carlton

Please see attached logs from monitor.. hopefully this will help you help me...DETAILED LOG VIEW.pngLOGS.png

Anyone able to help with this please?

Hi,

 

On Server 1, do you have a route to let traffic going back to 192.168.1.0/24? A default route maybe?

 

Benjamin

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Also check if service is listening on port 80 or if there is some local fw on server.

 

Hey,

 

So, from the logs you can see that "bytes recieved" is "0",

You can also see that NAT is taking place,

Means L2 or L3 issue.

 

Try and check the arp tables on both the PC and NGFW.

 

 

Ozamir,

 

Thanks for responding. 

 

Can you direct me to samples of DMZ access to webserver from the Internet?

 

Regards

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