Pablo Alonso wrote:
>if I want forward, from my pppoe connection to an specific ip in other
>interface, like forward in iptables, how i do ?
>sample: iptables -A FORWARD xxxx
>i have defined my interfaces, but i don't know how establish the rules ?.
>some howto ?
You need to be a little more specific. "FORWARD" in your example is a
chain in the filter table, and generally used in either outbound or
inbound NAT. if I understand you right, you want inbound NAT, meaning
someone hitting your external IP on port 80/tcp, and the connection is
forwarded to a web server on your LAN or DMZ. If that is the case,
click on NAT in the GUI (under Firewall), and define your inbound NAT
rule (and check "Auto-add a firewall rule to permit traffic through this
NAT rule" to let the traffic pass). Outbound NAT should already be
active on the LAN interface out of the box.
If this is not what you want, be a little more specific and give a full
iptables example and a description of what you are trying to accomplish.
Happy new year