My main LAN (VLAN 10) will do NAT Redirect with no issues. I connected my laptops to my Work VLAN (VLAN 30) and now if I try to access a service running inside my network (e.g. myjellyfin.mydomain.com) the browser shows
Rejected request from RFC1918 IP to public server address
I have read several other posts on this topic indicating that NAT Redirect only works for the main LAN (VLAN 10 in my case) for some reason.
I see a lot of solutions using Confg files, and honestly don't understand anything I'm looking at. I'm a GUI guy for certain, and can't figure out how to do any of it in LUCI.
I need some help, and would love some assistance in accomplishing a solution using the LUCI web interface.
- I have my VLANs setup with their own firewall zones. Some VLANs are allowed to see other zones inside the network.
- I can successfully use my services public URLs to access them from the main LAN (VLAN 10).
I have seen some suggestions of setting up DNS entries for internal routing, which is fine and all, but I run a lot of service, so setting a separate entry for each one in LUCI is not really something I want to have to keep up with on top of my reverse proxy having them there. I can't find a way to set a wildcard like
*.mydomain.com in LUCI, and this still doesn't deal with other ports needing to be dealt with coming in from the outside that are already setup.
Any help is appreciated.