Re: NAT and H323
You can use a modified 2.2 kernel patched with module i have made a Fw on
you can find it on freshmeat the project is Floppygate.
The kernel you'll work perfectly with almost h323 applications.
NB : The only thing is you have to choose a box in the private lan for
receiving incoming call.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Haesler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "TOKI -- linux powa :"" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 8:53 AM
Subject: Re: NAT and H323
> I tried portfw, autofw and a couple of 2.2 kernel helper modules
> (ip_masq_h232 and ip_masq_netmeeting) and various combinations
> of the above.
> I was able to get bits working. Some bits would only work one
> way, some bits wouldn't work at all. Some bits worked fine. There
> seemed to be a lot of black magic involved and I didn't have the time
> or facilities to investigate it properly.
> I gave up - but that doesn't mean you should. If you search the
> web you can find people claiming to have the magical incantations
> to get Netmeeting through NAT. The incantations change with
> every new version out of Redmond, but if your organisation can
> standardise on the one version you should be able to get it
> working with enough persistence.
> > Hi Everybody,
> > OpenH323 project is known for me but I search the best and simplest
> > solution. I have read somewhere the following settings but I dont know
> > whether enough for Netmeeting. I dont think so :) ipmasqadm autofw -A
> > -r tcp 389 389 ipmasqadm autofw -A -r tcp 522 522 ipmasqadm autofw -A
> > -r tcp 1503 1503 ipmasqadm autofw -A -r tcp 1720 1720 ipmasqadm autofw
> > -A -r tcp 1731 1731 ipmasqadm autofw -A -r tcp 1024 65535 ipmasqadm
> > autofw -A -r udp 1024 65535 Is it necessary to recompile kernel
> > module or is there a system what statisfy my request. Im thinking
> > about microsoft portrait for example what uses 3 ports only.
> > Thanks,
> > Kalman
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