Hello,

I need a little help... due to a retirement I took over administration

duties of our BM 3.5 server a while back and I thought I understood BM

filter exceptions... guess not.

I have a simple web server running in house and it is completely
accessible
to everyone inside the firewall. It's been decided that this web
server
should be accessible from outside the firewall too.

Didn't think this would be to big of a deal... set up NAT for the
outside
and inside IP addresses and away we go... well, it seem to be a bigger
deal
than I first thought.

If I disable the packet forwarding filters all together than the web
server
is accessible from outside.

Anyone have any ideas what I missed? Obviously something in the
filters but
what? Again, my ignorance with BM filters is most likely the problem
but I
need a little help getting pointed in the right direction.

FYI... currently I see there are filter exceptions for packet types
WWW-HTTP
and WWW-HTTP-ST with source and destinations both set to ALL
INTERFACES.


THANKS FOR ANY HELP- Tim