Re: Can linux do this?
Using the 2.2 kernel you could use ipchains to mark the packets then use
ipmasqadm to forward based on the mark set.
On Thu, 3 May 2001, Daniel de los Reyes wrote:
> I've put to work portforwarding with a 2.2 kernel and it works
> wonderfull. However I want to push it a bit farther and was wondering if
> this can be done:
> Using plain port forwarding what you get is calls to port Pa on host A
> get forwarded to port Pb on host B.
> Now what I need is, depending on the host name that makes demands to Pa
> on B the packages get forwarded to a different host/port
> I know there is specific hardware dedicated to this and lot more
> (Dispatcher) including load balance and such just wondering if I could
> get a Linux machine to do the same
> Daniel de los Reyes
> S2-Selling Soluciones
> Valencia Spain
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