[techtalk] How do I setup a Linux Firewall to access an NT file server

moebius at ip-solutions.net moebius at ip-solutions.net
Thu Mar 23 09:38:40 EST 2000

Hey Sandyj,
  Check out portforwarding, I believe the program is called ipmasqadm. It
will take incoming requests on whatever port you want and redirect them to
any machine, any port.

Harry Hoffman
Product Systems Specialist
Restaurants Unlimited Inc.
206.634.3082 x. 270

On Wed, 22 Mar 2000, sandyj wrote:

> How do I setup a Linux Firewall to re-direct access to an NT file server?
> I am trying to use an NT4 machine through a 3'rd nic ...
> Re:Subnet....
> Do I need to use Squid or something like it?
> The firewall script I am using sees the 3'rd card as a connection 
> to block even though it's IP address is allowed in the hosts.allow.
> I must try to figure out the rule sets to allow access from the outside
> world to the NT Server box while keeping the internal network secure.

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