Redirecting Traffic with PF
frankstaals at gmx.net
Fri Feb 24 13:08:31 PST 2006
Eric Schultz wrote:
> Frank Staals wrote:
> Good afternoon...
> I'm just stabbing in the dark here since I use neither 5-Stable nor PF.
>> I have an FreeBSD server/firewall running 5-Stable with PF. I want to
>> redirect all udp traffic on port 27902 from the internet to a
>> computer in my network. I used this rule but I have some problem with
>> it: sometimes connections on that port are refused and I can't
>> connect with other players ( it's for a online game ) :
> What do you mean by "sometimes" ??? "sometimes" problems are the
> worst kind.
Sometimes: about 90% of all attempts to connect
>> rdr on $extif inet proto udp from any port 27902 -> 192.168.2.11 port
>> I think the problem might have something to do with the different
>> network interfaces since the traffic is comming in on $extif and has
>> to go to an computer connected to $intif ? And how can I do that ?
>> Can I change it to:
>> rdr on $extif inet proto udp from any port 27902 -> $intif
>> 192.168.2.11 port 27902
> How are your two interfaces configured and what does your routing
> table look like? If you do a traceroute to 192.168.2.11 from the
> firewall when you're having trouble connecting what is the result?
The Firewall is the default gateway for my localnetwork, so 192.168.2.11
is directly connected to the server/firewall
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