nicolas.salvo at gmail.com
Fri Oct 19 14:24:58 PDT 2007
It works!, thanks!
On 10/19/07, David DeSimone <fox at verio.net> wrote:
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> Nicolas Salvo <nicolas.salvo at gmail.com> wrote:
> > nat on $ext_if from $int_net to $proxy_bypass_needed port 80 -> $ext_if port 81
> > This was our best effort but we only changed the source port to 81,
> > and we need to change the destination port.
> Use "rdr" command instead of "nat".
> The documentation talks around and around this without actually saying
> it, but it is as simple as this: "nat" modifies the source IP / port.
> "rdr" modifies the destination IP / port.
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Nicolas A. Salvo
Buenos Aires - Argentina
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