In pfsense this will work with NAT:port froward and select LAN, Destination
and Redirect IP and port.
I do not want to switch to pfsense. I would like to find how this can be
done in monowall.
On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 4:18 PM, Klaus Stock <ks at stock dash consulting dot com>wrote:
> > In my LAN network if any host send anything to a *particular External IP
> > Address*[* A.B.C.D*] and *port 25 *=> I have to send to the Same IP and
> > Different port out [* A.B.C.D*] and *port 26*
> > I could not find any place to make this port rewrite for the internal
> > network.
> I've seen a similar thing (ip address change instead of port change)
> on a similar platform (pfSense instead of m0n0wall).
> I suppose that port redirection would work about as well the same as
> ip address redirection. But I don't know if it'll work with m0n0wall.
> While pfSense is a m0n0wall fork, it used (AFAIR) pf instead of
> iptables, so it might not work. However, if your hardware is powerful
> enough (and you're not afraid about being overwhelmed by the excessive
> number of function in pfSense), you might consider a migration to
> pfSense, if this solves you problem.
> Okay, here's the tutorial I stumbled upon last week:
> No, i didn't try it myself - I was looking for something totally
> different. However, I read the article anyway, just out of some sort
> of, um, "geeky fascination".
> Best regards, Klaus