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Okay, I checked the literature on Firestarter and failed to see whre you can port forward from multiple exteral IP addresses attached to the same NIC (port aliasing). Is this ...
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    Questions about firestarter


    Okay, I checked the literature on Firestarter and failed to see whre you can port forward from multiple exteral IP addresses attached to the same NIC (port aliasing). Is this possible to forward by specific IP address to an internal IP using firestarter? Any insight would be welcomed.

    I need to manage a block of five static IP addresses that provide various services (http, smtp, OWA, etc) and need to NAT (port forward) these external ports to various internal servers. Thoughts????

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    Instead of using firestarter, why don't write you're own script wich uses iptables? This solution is more powerfull!
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