Redirecting requests

Bob Bomar bob at
Fri Jul 8 15:46:07 GMT 2005

On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 11:43:55AM -0400, Hornet wrote:
> I'm using PF, and have this which works like a champ
> rdr on $public proto tcp from any to any port 3389 -> port 3389
> rdr on $public proto tcp from any to any port 3390 -> port 3389
> pass in on $public proto tcp from any to any port {3380:3390} keep state
> On 7/8/05, Bob Bomar <bob at> wrote:
> > I am looking for the best way to redirect request
> > on a specific port.  Baiscally all I want to do
> > is when a connection is made to a port, say 5000,
> > send that request out through another port, say 2000,
> > on the other interface.  Any ideas?

My problem lies in the fact that the first machine and second
machine will have the same IP address, its a long story, but
that is what the client wants.

Bob Bomar
bob at
FreeBSD: The Power to Serve

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