if you use ipnat to do the NAT you need something like that in your ipnat.conf:
rdr tun0 0/0 port 2000-2010 -> 192.168.1.20 port 2000
This would redirect the ports 2000-2010 on your gateway to the same ports on the machine 192.168.1.20 in your LAN.
If you use pf it's pretty much the same:
rdr on $ext_if port 2000-2010 -> 192.168.1.20 port 2000
check the proper man pages (ipnat.conf(5), pf.conf(5)) for the details. I hope this helps, kind regards, Alex.
I've set up a ppp conection (tuneled over ssh and socks) from a machine on the home network to a mcahine at work. At home, where I have control of the rotueing tables, I've set up routes to allow all amchines to use this link to access the machine at work.
However, I want more :-). I want to be able to access the rest of the machiens at work. To do this the packest leaving the machine at work will need to be NAT'ed to look like the originate _from_ that machine, and unNAT'ed on the way out.
Is this possible?
If so, can anyone point me in the direction of some documentation as to how to get it working? Both machines are (of course) FreeBSD machines.
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