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Novell VPN client/server + binat ?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Novell VPN client/server + binat ?
- From: Dethlef Madsen <dmadsen_(_at_)_planetmad_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 18:45:39 +0200
A Novell VPN-Client wants to access a nat'ed VPN-Server behind a OpenBSD
firewall/router (static public ip, private static ip)
The client dials in the Inet and connects to the OBSD public static ip.
The Server resides in the private Network (192.168.0.203) behind OBSD.
The following ports and protocols are used between the client + server:
Port 353 tcp/udp - ndsauth (natable)
Port 2010 udp - pipeserver (natable)
Protocol 57 skip - not natable ( encrypted data )
I read a lot about binat in this list, but the more i read the more my
brain mutates to spaghetti. ;)
I there a way to solve the problem not natting Protocol 57 via binat
with a second public ip for example
and what is the rule for that ?
# /etc/pf.conf OBSD-3.2-snapshot nat / rdr / pf is handled in pf.conf now
binat .... ?????
lots of thanks for every hint
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