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i have a watchguard xtm 505

i got one network on a interface ( 192.168.1.0 /24) and another one (10.0.0.0/8)

what do i have to do to make it work
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by:arnold
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you need to configure the watchguard rules to allow traffic from one segment to pass  to the other.
all traffic outside the local subnet will b sent up to the router.

what if any issues are you having?
what did you designate each interface for each segment?
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by:GCI_SUPPORT
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What i did is two firewall rules

But i cannot access my qnap

I can ping it but i cannot log in with my browser
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What is the rule that you have?
Are you allowing port access from one segment to the other?

Everything is related to what your current rule set is and whether it is the one blocking.

Define what and how your access should be.
add a rule with a specific host allowed as destination on a specific port etc.
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Any port from 10.0.0.0/8 to 192.168.1.0/24 allow

And the opposite
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by:arnold
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How are the two interfaces defined within the firewall?

Could you post the segment rules displayed in the firewall policy listing along the order they are in?

Might the order in which you place these are being superseded by another rule?
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