Local Port Forwarding.
gtaylor at riverviewtech.net
Fri Apr 22 23:59:58 CEST 2005
> I'm kind of new to IpTables, and I'm having problems to do this kind of
> port forwarding in my Fedora Core 3:
> Suppose I have some user trying to access Host X:Port X on the Internet
> from my Linux, but Instead of that I want to forward this traffic to the
> localhost:Port Y, what rule I have to apply?
> Thanks in advance,
Alejandro, are you wanting to redirect the traffic of someone (or something / some daemon) running locally on the box that will be doing the redirection? Or are you wanting to redirect the traffic from an internet connected client to a different system? From what I read of your question the situation is the former. As such I'm going to answer that question.
iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -d $HostX -p tcp --dport $PortX -j REDIRECT --to-ports $PortY
Grant. . . .
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