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From: Z_God (zeldario_at_wanadoo.nl)
Date: Wed Jul 17 2002 - 17:32:27 CDT
Martin Koenig wrote:
>>What is the best way to forward TCP and UDP ports from
>>one computer to
>Assuming you use NAT and 2.4 kernel:
>iptables -A PREROUTING -t nat -p [PROTO] --dport [PORT] -i [I_IF] -j
>DNAT --to [DEST]
>[PROTO]: tcp / udp
>[PORT]: Port on public IP, the one you wish to forward
>[I_IF]: incoming (public) interface ( e.g. ppp0 )
>[DEST]: destination ip:destination port
>// Martin Koenig
>PS: Why not use your real Name?
>PPS: Now what part of your question exactly was security-related?
Thanks all, I found the section for port-forwarding in the SuSEfirewall2
I'm sorry if the question was off-topic on this list, I'm a newbie with
Linux and exspecially with configuring firewalls. I thought that because
it had to do with firewalling, people on the security list might know
alot about these things.
I do not use my real name with mailing list, because I have my email
software set-up with my nick and most people do not seem to care about it.
Martin Koenig, I receved your message three times, there might be
something wrong with your client
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