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Re: port _redirection_ within single machine | SOLUTION

Unfortunatly the solution I came up with was functionality over ease of
use.  I opted not to mess with the formatting at all and just get down the
info.  I even had the *text*
"http://wiki.debian.net/index.cgi?Firewalls--dnat-redirect"; till I found
[Firewalls--dnat-redirect], sorry to all the ppl how copy/pasted that. :P

Thank you for helping out, I'l keep it upto date from now on.  Just one
question: will to be changed to the server's IP, right?

--- Martin Slouf <xslom03@vse.cz> wrote:

> > This could also be put into the wiki, local port_redirection.  Since
> it's
> > not something I have any experiance with, i'm letting YOU help out.
> > 
> > http://wiki.debian.net/index.cgi?Firewalls.
> > 
> > Fell free to use Firewalls-dnat-redirect as an example/template.  If
> you
> > make any improvements on the format, let me know and I'l update
> > dnat-redirect.
> ok, i did inserted it.
> editted Wiki pages: http://wiki.debian.net/index.cgi?Firewalls
> new Wiki page
> http://wiki.debian.net/index.cgi?Firewalls-local-port-redirection
> Sorry to say that, but the Wiki editting system is so terrible im afraid
> i wont do any further updates. maybe it is because of my stupidity, but
> i spent half an hour finding out how to write down an url address in
> monospace without being it a link, i ended up with
> [=http][=://address.com]
> but really terrible as never :(
> also im wondering why the formatting is not held over several lines? and
> combination of styles is also somewhat strange (no link and monospace
> for example :)
> anyway, greetings from czech republic.
> regards, martin

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