On Wed, 31 Aug 2005, kavitha wrote:
>> pages of code. Basically, I want to know if there is a way to
> dynamically configure the destination ipaddress that a packet is
> being routed to by mapping certain other bits of the same packet
> coming in.
Yes there is a way, write a netfilter module to do this.
> It would really help if someoen can provide some information in
> this regard. Any pointers too would really be useful.I looked at
> the man pages and searched the internet but was not able to come
> across any rela examples where such a thing may have been used.
in particular the 'netfilter hacking' howto.
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