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 From:  "Erik Stave" <erik at amani1 dot com>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Redirecting packets to another target.
 Date:  Tue, 25 Jul 2006 16:38:48 -0500
I have a Mitel Teleworker server that is residing in my DMZ on the Monowall. It has a private
address of 192.168.202.2. Telephones get to it remotely with the public address of the M0n0wall, via
NAT. I can get the phones to connect just fine and initiate a call. However, here is my problem. 
 
The phone system that the Teleworker server is connected to on my private lan, address of 
192.168.201.2 wants to use the public address of the teleworker server for voice communications. I
need a way to grab these packets on my lan, and redirect them to the private address of the
Teleworker server in the DMZ, 192.168.202.2. 
 
I have tried outbound nat and editing the config.xml file to make the rule use the LAN, but I have
no success. Basically I need to redirect all packets from the ip address of the phone system,
192.168.201.2 that are destined for the external address of the WAN, 67.55.xxx.xxx to the address of
the teleworker server in the DMZ, 192.168.202.2.
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Erik Stave
IT Specialist
Amani, Inc.
Phone:  712.722.4905
Fax: 712.722.4939
erik at amani1 dot com
www.amani1.com