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Old 02-23-2008, 07:32 PM   #1
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Is there an alternative command for "ipmasqadm" on Fedora Core 6?

Sorry - Fedora Core 5 ****


I am experiencing some difficulties in accessing a game server externally on a Fedora Core 5 VPS. I understand the command "iptables" is the alternative for "ipchains" but what is the alternative command for "ipmasqadm"? My knowledge of linux is extremely limited and my thorough search through google and many forums failed heavily.

I have been able to run this service from many different servers with the same configuration and installation process. I am placing my bets on this command being the source of this problem.

Thank you in advance

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Old 02-24-2008, 01:14 AM   #2
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maybe there are restrictions set by your provider?
try checking if they do allow external access to ports
used by your CS server.


fedora, forwarding, port, vps

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