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Old 02-22-2004, 05:27 PM   #1
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portforwarding using ipfw


How can I do the following thing using ipfw:
I have two computers. One is working as a router. The second one is used by me. Now I would like to create a q3 server on my computer. How do I forward this port so it is globally accessible? How should i run ipfw(ipfw - because the routing machine is a mac).
Give me an example please. Thanx
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