Posted: Sat Mar 13, 2010 22:26 Post subject: Multiple WAN IP Addresses, what's wrong with my config?
Yesterday I spent a couple hours searching and reading through multiple threads about multiple WAN support on DD-WRT. I finally thought I had it all worked out, but then I realized I was coming through on LOOPBACK and it wasn't actually configured right. I found a bunch of different threads and found a config that I thought worked, but it doesn't.
I'm running v24sp2 on a Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH.
My main config is set on IP: 71.xxx.xxx.6. I own IPs 1-6 and here's my config. I wanted my webcam which is exposed externally to take 71.xxx.xxx.5. For testing, I thought I configured the firewall to just pass all packets and ports through.
Obviously the camera's local IP is 192.168.254.20 which is the same subnet as the router's LAN side. I also know the IP is live since I had it working on my Siemens router so it's definitely something in the DD router and this config that's wrong.
On a final note, this config is for testing, once I know things are working, I'll change the firewall configuration to only use the ports needed.
Your firewall is fine and the SNAT rule is important. Are you sure you have the correct subnet mask/broadcast address though? _________________ Read the forum announcements thoroughly! Be cautious if you're inexperienced.
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