02-24-2019 05:57 PM
I have two networks set up
- Secondary (A guest network)
On main I have a server that runs a web server. It also has a proper DNS configuration (handled by Cloudflare). Ports 80 and 443 are appropriately forwarded to this server and connection to the server works when I am on Main and when I am connecting from outside the network. I am able to hit the web server, as expected, using the correct URL (and subdomains).
My problem is that I can't connect to the server from the Secondary network. This is the case if I try to hit it using an IP address or if I try to hit it using the DNS name handled by Cloudflare.
I suspect my firewall rules allowing this connection is an issue. This rule is set in Guest Out. The destination IP is on Main (and is correct).
|2000||Yes||Connect to server||Accept||TCP and UDP|
|6001||Yes||accounting defined network 192.168.160.0/24||Accept||All|
What is the proper way to allow the guest network of Secondary to connect to the single IP on Main?
02-24-2019 07:50 PM
Since you didn't post the firewall rule, can you confirm your rule is similar to the guide above?