OT? port forwarding help
On Saturday 22 March 2008 04:46:32 pm John Summerfield wrote:
> Dave Stevens wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I need to set up a web server in a place where there are two routers
> > between it and by broadband connection. The routers are cheap domestic
> > units and different brands and models. I don't understand port forwarding
> > well enough to be sure inbound http packets get to the right machines.
> > Can anyone refer me to a good tutorial or reference on the topic?
> A tutorial, I don't know about (or expect).
> The specifics are particular to the vendor; I suggest you do what seems
> right and then test via the other internet connexion). If it doesn't
> work, read the instructions again. Repeat until done.
> _I_ prefer to put these things into bridging mode and then do it
> properly in Linux. Google and shorewall can help with that, but the
> specifics of how to get the device into bridging more depends.
> If these devices were provided by the IAP (and maybe if not), you should
> be able to get help there.
I found this great web site that has tutorials and a very detailed list of
makes and models of routers with lots of very specific instructions for how
to set up forwarding for X application on Y's router model Z. Recommended.
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