In computer networking, Network Address Translation (NAT) is the process of modifying IP address information in IPv4 headers while in transit across a traffic routing device.

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Enable ssh host to guest & guest Internet on CentOS 7 guest with VirtualBox

I have 2 CentOS 7 guests running in VirtualBox on a Ubuntu host. I want to be able to: Connect using ssh from host to guest Download/install packages from the Internet on the guest. I currently ...
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(S/D)NAT over NF hooks

Could someone help on explaining the advantage of iptables NAT over the netfilter hooks. Say suppose, instead of using NAT if we create custom kernel module to bind handler with netfilter for PRE/POST ...
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iptables Port Forwarding — no service with the port

I have setup a network as in the image below: Firewall (FW) running CentOS 6 has two physical interfaces with subinterfaces: eth0:2 — 10.100.1.78/25 eth0:3 — 10.100.1.79/25 eth3 — 192.168.0.21/24 ...
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Redirect traffic destined for IP and port

I have a program that wants to connect to 1.2.3.4 on port 5678, but it can't because the port is blocked on our network. However, I do have an SSH tunnel set up that redirects localhost:5678 to ...
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Observing ping replies under DNAT

I'm confused while trying to understand the DNAT mechanism under below circumstance. My understanding: DNAT = Destination Network Address Translation: Functionality which translates the destination ...
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Routing packets between networks with iptables

I'm trying to create a proxy of sorts using just iptables. The linux computer (my proxy) has two ports: p2p1 is connected to the Internet. em1 is connected to a local network. There are two ...
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Why aren't my iptables rules appearing in the relevant list after reboot?

I am trying to write two persistent NAT rules, which I save via iptables-save > /etc/iptables.ipv4.nat, and restore upon reboot via pre-up iptables-restore < /etc/iptables.ipv4.nat in my ...
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Managing iptables for home lan routing

I have a LAN at home. One Netgear router - 192.168.0.1 connected to the internet. One Macbook - 192.168.0.10 (connected to Netgear router) One PC with Kali Linux - 192.168.0.20 (connected to ...
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Nat with saving real client IP

I have this schema: Client -> NAT server -> Game server On NAT server I have the following rules: iptables -A FORWARD -d $MC_IP -p tcp --dport 25550:25580 -j ACCEPT iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -d ...
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iptables NAT on Debian openvz

So i want to create a nat rule for an openVPN server. After getting trouble with the TAP/TUN Devices, it's finally working i think. Now i have to make a nat rule like so : >iptables -t nat -A ...
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Routing internet on NAT server thru Squid proxy

I've configured a Squid proxy and a NAT instance and both are functioning fine. Now I want to configure a proxy server on the NAT instance so that the internet on NAT is routed through the Squid ...
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SSH E-mail login alert if SSH port is as NAT

Can you help me with this problem please? How can I set e-mail alerting after SSH login when port 22 is NATed? I use Linux Debian 7. I have used these iptables rules: eth0 - external network, eth1 - ...
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OpenVPN and routing problem on OpenWRT

My home topology: router1 (192.168.1.1) - D-Link dsl2540u server with static IP available from Internet (ADSL via ppoe). 4 LAN ports. router2 (192.168.1.2) - D-Link DIR-300 with OpenWRT. Plays ...
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guest owns NIC, host and other guests access via NAT

OK, this is a bit complicated. On my host OS, when Guest1 is running, I want any incoming connections to go to guest1. So from the outside the system looks like guest1. But I still need to access ...
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pf out interface?

I'm trying to figure out how to allow all hosts in $dmz to reach any host when egressing $extif. I can't seem to find the equivalence of netfilters "-o $extif", and I'd like to avoid specifically ...
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FreeBSD pf firewall, new connections severly delayed when nating

I have a newly setup fbsd 9.1 with pf, which itself doesn't experience any slowness when for example downloading a debian iso from my local debian repo (ftp.se.debian.org). Any machine behind it, ...
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Shorewall configuration : providers and LAN

Hi all and thanks in advance for the answers. Currently, I have different providers configured in shorewall. I'll will probably have to change one of them. The problem is I won't have any Public IP ...
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Outgoing masquerade address changes after adding a second interface to the bridge

In fact I have the following configuration: extrouter(192.168.1.1) <- wifi -> [eth2 (192.168.1.11) Centos 6/6 based host br0 (172.22.5.254)] br0 contains two tap interfaces (tap0/172.22.5.1 ...
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Use VirtualBox to access site on host from guest? the host and guest is linux

I'm running VirtualBox on a Ubuntu (host), the VM I’m using is fedora (guest). VirtualBox is setup to use the NAT network adapter, and I'm able to get to the internet. I use Port Forwarding to access ...
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Why isn't my nat-to not applied to the pass out rule?

I've a strange problem concerning NAT on an OpenBSD-Box with pf. I've cut down my pf.conf to the following lines: extif = "pcn0" intif = "pcn1" block drop all #Allow all incoming traffic from intif ...
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Connect to IPsec VPN using OpenSwan

I'm connected to Internet with a simple ADSL router with NAT. I have a smartphone and a laptop running linux. I need to connect to a IPsec server using OpenSwan. First I tested that it is possible to ...
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NAT-T set up using 3 linux machines

I am trying to have a simple NAT-T setup using 3 linux machines. Linux1 Linux2(NATdevice) Linux3 (eth0) 192.168.1.51 <--->(eth1)192.168.1.80 & ...
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SNAT with firewall-cmd?

I have an interface with multiple IP Addresses (on CentOS 7), which is in zone "external" (with masquerade on). I want to specify that, if a connectiona attempt to a specific address goes out, to use ...
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openswan l2tp/IPsec VPN server (NAT'ed)

I have searched for a solution for this problem for a few days now and cannot seem to find anything close to my situation (server is always NAT'd and clients are sometimes NAT'd). I am trying to ...
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iptables server behind NAT accessible from outside as well as inside the nat

I have 2 machines with a KVM running on each machine - so two kvms with the below networking Host 1: 192.168.10.100 (eth2) 10.10.100.1 (virbr1) KVM 1 (NAT with Host 1): 10.10.100.128 (eth0 ...
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SNAT / Masquerade with shorewall

I've got a little question about Masquerading and SNAT in combination with shorwall and KVM. The Operating System is Scientific Linux 6.4. Setup is like this at my root server: Virtual Machine IP ...
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iptables - hairpin NAT dual WAN

Here is my lab Client LAN: 192.168.150.95 Gateway: 192.168.150.1 RDP Server LAN: 192.168.150.2 Gateway: 192.168.150.1 Linux Router WAN: 177.129.XXX.XXX Gateway: 177.129.XXX.XXX LAN: 192.168.150.1 ...
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[Solved]No problem connected by filezilla, but cannot get list when connected by linux CLI client

I built FTP server by VSFTPD, on Raspberry pi, and Inside NAT. Surely set port-forwarding and, it perfectly functional when I connected by filezilla. But, I can't execute LIST(dir) when I connected ...
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Slackware internet gateway with iptables / poor browsing performance

I am running a dual core headless computer as internet gateway via pppoe with two NICs. eth1 (internet interface) no ip, no dhcp eth0 (LAN interface) - 192.168.0.100 static ppp0 - dynamic ip ...
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iptables/netfilter behavior if DNAT changes mid-connection

I'm planning to leverage iptables to act as a 'poor-man's active/passive load balancer'. The plan is to have a pair of these rules: -t nat -A PREROUTING -d 10.1.2.3/32 -m condition --condition ...