-redirect_port problem

Joshua Lokken joshualokken at attbi.com
Wed Apr 9 14:19:33 PDT 2003

* abdul (freebsd at citizensbankng.com) wrote:
==> I use a FreeBSD box (version 4.7) as my Internet Proxy machine. I presently
==> use the natd daemon to redirect all HTTP
==> traffic to our web server and POP/SMTP to our mail server. This works well.
==> A portion of my rc.conf file is:
==> natd_program="/sbin/natd"       # path to natd, if you want a different one.
==> natd_enable="YES"                # Enable natd (if firewall_enable == YES).
==> natd_interface="tl0"               # Public interface or IPaddress to use.
==> natd_flags=" -redirect_port tcp
==> -redirect_port tcp 25 -redirect_port
==> tcp 110 -redirect_port tc
==> p 80 "
==> My Problem
==> In addition to what I have above, I want to redirect all HTTP traffic from a
==> particular external server (a public IP) to port
==> 8080 of a local machine for our mobile banking software. So I modified my
==> rc.conf as follows:
==> natd_flags=" -redirect_port tcp
==> 241.164.30:80     -redirect_port tcp 25
==> -redirect_port tcp 110 -redirect_port tcp 80
==> "                   #
==> I have confirmed that can locally browse to the HTTP based software running
==> on the local machine in question

What haven't you confirmed?  There isn't a question here; what isn't working?
Can you not access the site from the internet? 

Also, it's not necessary, but I found it easier to keep track of and change
nat rules by creating /etc/natd.conf, putting my rules in that file, and calling
that from rc.conf :



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