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RE: IP Forwarding with IP tables



I'm guessing, but don't you have to have the NAT'd IPs sasigned to eth1?
Then get ipchains to route the outbound traffic from 10.1.1.141 to the
internet via x.y.z.141?

Regards,

Gavin McDonald
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phone: (604) 313-3845



> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 10:05 AM
> To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
> Subject: IP Forwarding with IP tables
> 
> Hi folks.
> 
> probably a FAQ but I'm struggling.
> I have an internet connection linked to eth1 and a LAN connected to eth0
> 
> I want to set up simple 1-to-1 NATing thus:
> 
> x.y.z.141   == 10.1.1.141
> x.y.z.142   == 10.1.1.142
> x.y.z.143   == 10.1.1.143
> 
> so that incoming traffic to .141 goes to the right place.  This bit I've
> sorted. but the problem I've got is how do I get the outgoing to appear
> to come from the correct IP address and not the normal IP addres of
> eth1
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