I don't suppose you could dumb it down a shade (Newbie alert) I know nowt
about NAT ;-)
Unfortunately the web sever is running IIS [shudder] and I can't change that
What I am looking for is how to set up such rules. i.e. What config file and
what to use to say 'anything coming onto eth1 on port 80 send out of eth0 to
[ip_address] port 80'
From: Stephane Dudzinski [mailto:stephane at antefacto.com]
Sent: 08 February 2002 09:06
To: Nick Holder
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Smoothwall and webservers
I don't know smoothwall at all, but as long as you setup your firewall rules
ok, you're fine.
You could nat your webserver, meaning assigning a dns entry outside called
by example : mywebserver.iptest.com then nat it to your internal dns entry :
If i recall, smoothwall uses kernel 2.2 which i don't use anymore but 2.4
kernels with iptables do that brillantly.
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