I have Ports open, with DNS named defined for internal services..
When extertnal they work by name just fine, so the firewall's working Ok.
But when on the LAN they fail.
When I look at the port forwarding rules, I see Outside -> Inside, but there's no Inside -> Inside..
How can my LAN users use DNS Names/Ports that are on the WAN interface,,. so when they come between the WAN and LAN their apps continue to work ?
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Their was an open bug for a older firmware with hairpin issues. The fix for that bug was 1.0.1.x , are you on the latest firmware? If you're on the latest firmware and still having problems i would give SBSC @ 1-866-606-1866 a call and open a support case so you can have next available engineer assist with your issues
I had this working, due to the firmware update, last night I updated to 184.108.40.206 and now the issue's back..
I can not hit DNS names which point back to my external IP.
eg: use a domain name to address items inside my LAN (port forwarding/etc) is all working.
it seems it's directing it to the firewall login,
So you cannot access services from the LAN. have you tried setting on of the DNS entries to the LAN IP of the Router?
Also try adding the IP/Name of the Service your trying to get too in the HOSTS file of the PC.
Hey, that's the issue THANK YOU..
I recreated my rules and it worked (I tried a restore, and that failed)
it sucks that an firmware upgrade blows away your configuration like this
Thanks for your help