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  1. #1

    Webmin port masqurading.

    I've set this up using IPTables and in SuSE's KDE environment before. However I switched to Fedora9 and want to move on to using Webmin for managing such things.

    Basically I need this address (Linux box):
    To forward to this address.

    (Yes, a remote desktop address)

    It's inbound and outbound on eth0. I'm having some issues getting it to work on Webmin, I run into issues ranging from directly dropped packets, to just timeouts (I'm assuming I'm forwarding the packets incorrectly then).

    So far I got:
    Filter (Input):
     	Accept 	If protocol is TCP and destination port is 3389
    Packets before routing (PREROUTING)
    	Action 	Condition 	Move 	Add
    	Destination NAT 	If protocol is TCP and destination port is 3389 		
    Outgoing packets (OUTPUT)
    There are no rules defined for this chain.
    Packets after routing (POSTROUTING)
    	Action 	Condition 	Move 	Add
    	Masquerade 	If output interface is eth0

  2. #2
    Are we serious? No one knows how to do this with Webmin?

    If not is there a larger Linux forum that I don't know about?

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