Re: port/ip redirection again

Martin Krzywinski (martink@physics.ubc.ca)
Fri, 3 Sep 1999 15:37:14 -0700 (PDT)


Use rinetd daemon and /etc/rinetd.conf includes:

EXTERNAL_IP PORT INTERNAL_IP PORT

e.g.

x.x.x.x 80 10.1.1.1 80

redirects all port 80 stuff from your firewall at x.x.x.x to an internal
machine 10.1.1.1

You can play with all ports. One neat-o way to redirect X:

x.x.x.x 60yy 10.1.1.yy 6000

will allow you to transport X stuff through the firewall to your desktop.
On the remote host just type

export DISPLAY=x.x.x.x:yy

Good luck,

mk

> This question has been asked here a ton of times and never got a good answer
> so I will ask again. What is the way to redirect ports with ipchains? I am
> aware that there is a package on Debian besides ipchains that does that. But
> I want to do it with ipchains. I am starting to read the manual today, but I
> hope to get an answer before I am done with it.
>
> Denis Voitenko
>
>
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