On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 17:44:01 +0100, Tom Obermayr <to at bla dot net> wrote:
> Now I'd like to create a special inbound NAT rule for one of the internal
> (1:1 NATed) servers, where I want inbound connections to IP X port XX to go
> to IP X port YY (a simple port translation, so one of the services from the
> internal server can be reached at an alternate port).
> But I just can't figure out a way to set that up in m0n0, as the inbound
> nat page only allows me to select the m0n0 IP (there are no Server NAT
> entries in m0n0, as they all use 1:1 NAT).
> Is this possible with m0n0, and if so, how?
Disclaimer: I haven't tried this, but it might work. ;) At least
this is what I'd try.
Put in an entry on the server NAT tab for the public IP, and use
inbound NAT. 1:1 and inbound might work together, I'm not sure.
Please let me know if that works or not if you try it.