recent match and DNAT.
wakko at animx.eu.org
Thu Oct 19 12:48:09 CEST 2006
Robby Workman wrote:
> Wakko Warner wrote:
> >Is it possible to use the recent match and dnat to dynamically forward
> >incoming packets destined for a specific port (ident in this case) to the
> >machine that initiated the connection? Or is anything like this possible
> There may very well be a way to do it, but if there is, I can't
> seem to find it, and I know of at least one other person who's
> messed with it. Best I can tell, midentd on the gateway is going
> to be your best option.
> You might find this useful as well - I wrote it up quite some
> time ago, but coupled with midentd, I think you'll have a
> workable solution.
I was looking for a pure netfilter way of doing it. But it's no big deal
really, I have ident forwarded to one machine which is most likely to be the
source of the outgoing packets anyway.
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