2 lame questions (ipfw, keyboard driver)
oxy at field.hu
Fri Dec 23 06:50:47 PST 2005
yeah, it's 10.254.64.14 is the other machine in my vpn...
so not the machine, and 22 port is enabled,
i can use it by 'ssh 10.254.64.14 '
options IPFIREWALL_FORWARD is in my kernel
root# ipfw show 310
00310 4 204 fwd 10.254.64.10,2233 tcp from any to 195.70.x.x
from outside it says:
su-2.05b# telnet 195.70.x.x16345
telnet: connect to address 195.70.x.x: Connection refused
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host
----- Original Message -----
From: "Julian Elischer" <julian at elischer.org>
To: "OxY" <oxy at field.hu>
Cc: <freebsd-hackers at freebsd.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 7:45 PM
Subject: Re: 2 lame questions (ipfw, keyboard driver)
> OxY wrote:
>> i have two lame questions, one about ipfw port forwarding, and
>> an other about keyboard driver...
>> 1, i have a box with public ip 195.70.x.x and openvpn 10.254.0.14 ip..
>> i'd like to accept connections on my public ip's y port and forward it to
>> my 10.254.64.14 port 22..
>> is this possible?
>> first i tried ipfw forward rule
>> $cmd 00310 fwd 10.254.64.10,22 tcp from any to 195.70.x.x 1634
>> , but it said conn refused....
> that should work..
> is there something listenning on 10.254.64.10,22 ?
> 10.254.64.14 and 195.70.x.x are the same machine?
> do you have
> options IPFIREWALL_FORWARD #enable transparent proxy support
> in your kernel?
> is the rule being used?
> (use "ipfw show 00310" to see usage counts)
>> do i need divert? i don't know the syntax, coz i don't understand it from
>> the manpage..
>> i tried natd with -redirect_port, failed too...
>> 2, my box is in co-loc and when i reboot it OS doesn't load atkbd, then
>> when i ask for
>> console i can't use my keyboard..
>> how can i make it to always load the atkbd driver?
>> i read the freebsd manpage and checked device hints:
>> plummy root# cat /boot/device.hints |grep atkbd
>> but whatever i tried to change didn't helped..
>> thanks for help!
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