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WRV200 = cant hit my DMZ by hitting my WAN Address from LAN

10.10.10.100 - 10.10.10.195 LAN clients

10.10.10.198 (DMZ)

10.10.10.250  (GW)                   <-  WRV200Gateway  ->      98.203.214.60

I can not hit my WAN IP 98.203.214.60 (given to me via DHCP)  while inside from 10.10.10.190

even though my DMZ is 10.10.10.198.

The expected behavour is this

Webserver on 10.10.10.198:80

Windows XP client goes to  98.203.214.60:80

gets the data returned from  10.10.10.198 (but thinks it comes from  98.203.214.60)

Actual results:

Everyone on the outside can access my DMZ

From the inside the Network times out unless I use 10.10.10.198 from the inside.

However DNS all wants to give the inside hosts 98.203.214.60 for an IP!

(dont want to hack intenal DNS for workarround)

I have a Linksys WRV200 Wireless-G VPN Router.. anyone know how to fix this?

(when i replace with DLink with the same config it works)

More info

Routing Table 

Destination LAN IPSubnet MaskGatewayInterface
71.231.59.100255.255.255.25510.10.10.198LAN&Wireless
10.10.10.0255.255.255.00.0.0.0LAN&Wireless
98.203.208.0255.255.248.00.0.0.0WAN
239.0.0.0255.0.0.00.0.0.0LAN&Wireless
Default Route (*)0.0.0.098.203.208.1WAN
127.0.0.10.0.0.0127.0.0.1LOOPBACK

Message was edited by: Douglas Miles

2 REPLIES
New Member

Re: WRV200 = cant hit my DMZ by hitting my external IP

Which router/gateway to buy that can do this?

New Member

Re: WRV200 = cant hit my DMZ by hitting my external IP

Oh my goodness!

If I shut off DMZ support and i just forward all ports with all protocols to 10.10.10.198 .. the dang thing works!

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