Well... Right now I don't have a personal use for it. But I see no
problem in posting a request for the feature.
With the risk of being flamed I cannot imagine that it would be
difficult to implement ;o)
From: Kai Dittmann [mailto:kd dash news at devnull dot de]
Sent: 6. maj 2004 17:36
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: RE: [m0n0wall] InBound NAT based on Source-IP (Host or Range) ?
Am Do, den 06.05.2004 schrieb Martin Holst um 17:28:
> Nope, sorry!
> M0n0wall doesn't do inbound source-based forwarding - only
> routing outbound ("Advanced outbound NAT").
Hmmm, is it worth to start a Feature-Request for this ?
IMHO is it a very very useful Feature, due to the Fact,
that really much People use this already with many other
Implementations (Smoothwall, IPcop and so on...)
Am i the only one, who needs this, or who would be very
pleased to have it build into m0n0 ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kai Dittmann [mailto:kd dash news at devnull dot de]
> Sent: 6. maj 2004 11:54
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] InBound NAT based on Source-IP (Host or Range) ?
> just a quick Question, due to the Fact, that i don't
> found anything regarding this issue in the Archive:
> Is it possible, to set up an Source-IP based (P)NAT
> (InBound) on m0n0 like found on IPcop or Smoothwall ?