Since the interface naming convention in CeroWrt defines the interfaces
based on their class e.g. ‘ge00’ instead of ‘wan’, the default NAT
reflection helper script fails to function. There is a simple fix
(thanks to jow who helped me discover this on #bufferbloat)
edit the nat-reflection script:
replace the first two occurences of “wan” with “ge00”
save & exit, then issue:
I tested this on my wndr3800 running 3.3.8-11 and it worked. Didn’t do
extensive testing but I tested several DNAT port-forwards from both
inside & outside of the NAT to services hosted on the se00 (lan) side
and everything seemed to work as expected.
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