Re: Converting router from W2K to Debian
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On Saturday 02 November 2002 00:12, Alex Malinovich wrote:
> 1) Get NAT working. I know that this will most likely be a
> combination of iptables and ipmasq. Unfortunately, the HOWTO's that
> I've found so far haven't been very helpful. As far as I can figure,
> they only talk about mapping specific IP's. i.e. Any time a
> connection for IP 220.127.116.11 comes in, forward it out through the
> gateway. Well, what about IP 18.104.22.168, etc. Having a seperate entry
> for every site I want to visit sounds rather ludicrous. :)
You don't have to do DNAT for each and every connection you need ;-)
Have a look at
especailly part 4.1. It's written for exactly that case. After that, I'd
recommend reading some other stuff at http://www.netfilter.org/ to
learn how to make your system a little more secure.
Embedded Linux -- True multitasking!
TWO TOASTS AT THE SAME TIME!
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