- remove the firewall rules mentioning NAT.
- add a single firewall rule with all services allow as below.
- Add appropriate IP addresses at the LAN and WAN end in the 'address book'.
- Routing is already enabled as below by default, so nothing else needs to be done.
Monday, April 04, 2011
configuring the DFL-210 router without NAT
The studio got a bunch of IP addresses on a different subnet and a single IP address to connect to the ISP. Using the old DLink DFL-210 router to do the routing, steps to get it working were: