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Re: ipnat/ipf and redirect still not working



Thierry Deval wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I may be an idiot (only because I haven't tested such a config ;-) , but
> wouldn't you try to apply the redirect rules on the internal interface as
>   rdr xl0 216.165.166.170/32 port 110 -> 180.9.4.160 port 110 tcp
>   rdr xl0 216.165.166.170/32 port 143 -> 180.9.4.160 port 143 tcp/udp
>   rdr xl0 216.165.166.170/32 port 25 -> 180.9.4.160 port 25 tcp/udp
>   rdr xl0 216.165.166.170/32 port 80 -> 180.9.4.160 port 80
> 
> My idea is that you want, for instance, every request to port 110 of your
> gateway to go to port 110 of the host 180.9.4.160.
> This redirection has to go out from the internal interface (xl0), hasn't it ?
> 
> I don't know the internals of ipnat, but did you try this ?
> 
> my .02

The examples I have seen show the external interface (and one specifically
stated such) in the rdr commands.

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