Hi,

/sbin/natd -redirect_port tcp x.x.x.x:z z -redirect_port tcp x.x.x.x:y y -n rl0

Regards
SSR

From: Matthew Ryan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: redirect_port
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 02:12:45 +0100

Hi there,

Using nat on my gateway to forward traffic on many ports the same internal machine, what is the correct syntax?

redirect_port x.x.x.x zz zz
redirect_port x.x.x.x yy yy
redirect_port x x x x nn nn

or

redirect_port x.x.x.x zz,yy,nn zz,yy,nn

or with some other separator or what?

Thanks - this is driving me up the wall, the only way I can find is to redirect a whole range,

redirect_port xx-nn xx-nn

but some of the ports in the range are insecure so that means I have to secure the internal machine which kind of defeats the object of having a firewall on my external machine in the first place.

Thanks again

Matthew Ryan

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