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    Hello,

    I'm trying to get my Centos 6.4 web server to connect to the internet through DMZ public IP provided by AT&T Uverse
    Eth0 External 192.168.1.1
    Eth1 Internal 10.0.1.1
    Eth2 DMZ 123.125.126.101 (example IP).

    But I can not get any internet connection through in HELP!!! I have read several forums but still can't figure it out.

    Any suggestion or help?

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    It will be easier to help you if there was a network diagram.
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    Here's a picture how my network looks like .

    Thanks.

    network_diagram.jpg

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    Well, for starters, you are double-natting. That in itself will give you fits. I think I recall being able to pass the Public IP along to a device attached to the UVERSE modem, you might want to start with that.

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    See i don't want my server attach to UVERSE modem. I want it attach to untangle.

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    I would have to see the documentation from AT&T you received but according to their web site the static IP is entered in their modem, not the Untangle. You will have to port forward the use ports to you web server.

    https://getsocial.att.com/docs/DOC-1171
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    Quote Originally Posted by racetiger View Post
    See i don't want my server attach to UVERSE modem. I want it attach to untangle.
    I didnt say that. You would pass the public ip along to untangle

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    How can i do that?

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    http://bit.ly/173Vnb1

    once you configure your Router/Gateway to DMZplus mode, you would configure your Untangle box to be the router for the network. Set the external interface to DHCP to get an IP from the gateway.

    get that squared away and then worry about your server on the Untangle DMZ

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    Like it was previously stated (I have uverse) u have to use the dmzplus to pass the ip to untangle in router mode. Once that is setup, you can do the port forwards, etc.

    Calling uverse support to assist with this is hit or miss (mainly shoot blanks from my experience). If u call them tell them right away you need 2nd level support with setting up the dmzplus.

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