NAT rules for Multiple IPAddresses on same physical interface
aseem at india.tejasnetworks.com
Mon Oct 17 12:44:34 CEST 2005
I have a situation where my machine has one ethernet interface but i
have assigned it multiple ipaddresses on same interface. Now I want to
add some NAT rules so that a packet destined for my machine and port
3023 is redirected to some other IP and port.
Do I need to write rules for each of the IPAddresses that my machine
has? Or is there a way in NAT PREROUTING to identify if this packet is
for localhost (Of course something other than --destination)? I do not
want to write rules for each IPAddress, rather I am looking for a way to
identify if this packet is for me.
Thanks in advance,
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