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Re: ipnat/ipf and redirect still not working



Wim Vandeputte wrote:
> 
> > rdr xl1 216.165.166.170/32 port 110 -> 180.9.4.160 port 110 tcp
> 
> > map xl1 180.9.4.160/32 -> 216.165.166.170/32 portmap tcp/udp 15001:19000
> 
> >         inet 180.9.100.1 netmask 0xffff0000 broadcast 180.9.255.255
> 
> >         inet 216.165.166.170 netmask 0xffffffff broadcast 216.165.166.170
> 
> You got a weird setup. Why are you using 'internally' addresses like
> 180.*.*.*? You are not mixing up with any of the non-routalbe addresses
> like 192.168.*.*?

Heh. Because the morons in Tech Services and my predecessor thought it was
not in use on the net, therefore okay to put 300 machines on that subnet
inside the building. A never-ending headache to me.

> 		  The xl1 should have the IP address of the IP you are
> trying to map. I don't see 180.9.4.160 in the xl1 ifconfig! How is that
> device supposed to pick up the packets than :-) ?
> 
> I'm not sure what kind of setup you are trying to do. Maybe you want to
> do bridging then? man brconfig

I have discovered a bridge is nt going to work. It stops the ret of hte
network from being able to get out via IPNAT, which has been fully
functional.

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Jesse Trucks
jtrucks@madison.com
Online Technical Producer
Madison Newspapers, Inc. - http://www.madison.com