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    Just Joined! aenguillo's Avatar
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    Dec 2006

    Many to One NAT

    i just wanted to ask for help in making a Many to One NAT. I tried doing it following a tutorial but it won't work. what are the things that i need to check to make sure it works? how am i going to do that kind of "NATting".

    for example, on my server, my eth0 is and my eth1 is My internal network is

    Thanks guys...

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    Linux Newbie framp's Avatar
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    Sorry - I don't get your problem. Why didn't you post the url of the tutorial? Why don't you give examples what you want to achieve with NAT?
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