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Old 07-20-2004, 06:50 AM   #1
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Susefirewall2 Nat Problem / nat 1:1

Hi to all

I need some help about SuSEfirewall2:
Here is my scenario:

Lan---Webserver (part of my lan) IP

My webserver has an internal IP,
My firewall has (EXT) and

I need to translate my webserver to go to EXT IP

and backwards

everything which comes to to go to (webserver)

NAT 1 to 1
because my goes to from the upper network

but I did not get it from the docs I read (SuSEfirewall2), maybe I'm missing something ...

I do not want to use DMZ and if I use


it only REDIRECTS traffic which comes TO THE FIREWALL and i can't do BECAUSE THE FIREWALL has another IP and I need the traffic which comes to for my webserver.

I think I was detailed enough.
Thanks in advance


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