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i set up a webserver on my home network and im alittle confused about how port forwarding works with iptables . ive looked at a few howtos and tutorials but ...
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    port forwarding/nat/iptables help


    i set up a webserver on my home network and im alittle confused about how port forwarding works with iptables.
    ive looked at a few howtos and tutorials but they dont go into detail when it comes to the portfowarding section.
    could somebody please help me set it up so i have port 80 forwarded to my server, i have no dea where to start with this.
    thanks
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    It depends on your setup. If your webserver is connected directly to your router, than your routers firmware can do this for you.
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    im at this page now




    my linux webservers internal ip is 192.168.1.104
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